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... was pretty calm and the weather perfect. Just a couple of days before the wind had made the crossings pretty foul. It was a spacious, modern boat, and not full. So, perfect for the three and a half hour crossing today. Half a dozen big Maori women having fun behind us, lots of noise. About an hour before we docked and as we entered the big bay three dolphins crossed the bow. At last, dolphins. Last off we set off up the coast in the rush hour, getting to our next haven at Paekakariki ...
... at breakfast, lunch and dinner but everything was fine so I was told I could go home and recover. The whole family was fantastic whilst I was in hospital, visiting me at all hours of the day and fussing over me. The children were amazing at coming to visit me in their spare time (on their own and on mass) and I will never forget little Hendrik and his buddy turning up on their own one day straight from school, backpacks still on their backs! Hendrik ...
Wellington is giving off a pretty sweet vibe! The harbour city was developed with a green belt surrounding it to ensure that residents had fresh clean air. While the city has expanded past its original first settlement the green belt or the "City's Lungs" are now immersed in the centre of the city offering some fantastic hiking and mountain biking. Ry and I started the day at a trendy bakery ...
... you before I go, a huge thanks for your all your support, kind wishes and excitement! Has definitely kept me going. And thanks for keeping an eye on my fine young man and house - much appreciated by both of us!
Jesse has been my rock and my sage for which I am deeply grateful and proud of him. This will be an adventure for him in his own right and set him up for his own adventures in life.
See you in the soup!!
ciao Judith :)
... worked through cashflow for while I am away and figure the homefires will keep burning in my absence.... just!!
My exercise program is still pretty random but confident that I can manage the 4 day hike - one of my fears. Have used Colonial knob as my training ground and keen to do the Tongariro Crossing before I leave. Just need to do some more cardio.