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... to say it helped our heads all that much but the views were amazing. Went to Lisas that afternoon to borrow some ski stuff and meet her poochies. Standard Sunday started with brunch at dockside following a walk to red rocks to go and see the seals! : ) Lovely day followed by movie night. Lovely not having to get up to go to work! Had an interview at a recruitment agency made some dinner for me and Ben had a walk round town and ate some cookies. Good day ...
... br> Maurice drove me to
Palmerston North for a pipe band meeting. Good to catch up with the gang as I
haven’t seen them since Feb/March.
Travis played rugby early in June and another guy fell on
his ankle bone. Boy did it swell but not broken thankfully. So he is on
crutches now too.
Was taken out to a awesome place for lunch called Louis
Sergents by my boyfriend. Its all right
M was working for Avril so ...
... was spent in the local bar (the only one in mount cook resort) with red wine and pool games. Woke the next morning to some glimpses of blue skies and less cloud so we decided to walk to Kea Point viewpoint (at the bottom of the Mount Cook range) and actually managed to see some mountains and the summit of Mount Sefton. Which was nice rather than just cloud! We then took to the Sealy Tarns walk - only a 3 hour walk or so but descending up the mountain via 2,000 steps! It certainly ...
... to the stage where we are almost cultured out.... So, early start tomorrow, as we leave North Island and make our way across Cooke's Bay to South Island. We have to be down at the harbour just before 7am which is about 30 / 40 mins away for the three and half hour ferry journey. So we have to shut the van down tonight ready to drive straight off - so it's goodnight from me and it's good night from her.......! Foot note: Jeff / Gerwyn - you would like it here, all the museums are ...
... were all taken care of and thought through in advance...there is NOTHING like going to an airport on a tour like this....no waiting in lines for boarding passes...everything is ready in advance. It was also nice to have other people to talk to...When you travel as a couple, you can run out of things to say sometimes! Plus...if one person wants to do something and the other doesn't, it is easier to split up. And there are down sides...you are ...
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