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... war canoe), really just a fancy, double length, dragon boat. Then we revisited the Rainbow Springs park before we left Rotorua behind us.
We returned mainly for the bird show. It had trained parrots doing flight and perch tricks and the demonstrator sharing stories about which animals (the most attractive to humans) were becoming endangered in the wild. The crowd were wowed by the galah doing somersault tricks, us ...
... which took our interest, until we found the Sky Tower. We saw people outside walking around the circumference at the top of the buiding. We watched for a moment then started to walk on. Just as we did we heard a scream from atop the tower. We looked back and just caught a glipse of someone falling - not to their death, just for fun. There is a bungee like harness you can jump from the top in. It looked pretty fun but I wasn't willing to pay for it (or risk my ...
... we are the ability to be "home".
And let's face it, for all the very real stress it can be and challenges it brings, we love what we do, we love the adventure, and we honestly feel so privileged to live it out.
What is God calling you to do?
We've come to know first hand that His way is certainly our best, and the peace and fulfillment that is found in that place is beyond anything you could imagine.
... of £29,135 6 hotels and 13 houses. I'd say that wAs a pretty good win lol. I caught up with this blog too and Matty caught up a bit more with his journal. His target is to be up to date by the time we leave New Zealand next week. As awful as it might sound I doubt this will happen. He only writes in it every few days and he's still writing from when we were on the islands in Thailand in September so he has just a little catching up to do lol. He's said he doesn't want to ...
... this could be the last time I would be leaving New Zealand. It had been nearly a year ago that I waved my mum off here and now it was my turn to make the journey to the other side of the world! After going a teeny tiny tad crazy in Duty Free, which included buying some Whittakers chocolate and some L&P, it was then time for our first leg, Auckland to Sydney. Which was relatively stress free, that was, until we reached Sydney. Since last flying long haul, for reasons unbeknownst ...