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... road this time." I said to Laura, who shrugged it off and let out a "Yip!" as we took off. The drive isn't long, only ten minutes. Halfway through the drive you come to an intersection, where cars pretty much come from all directions. Laura had become too cocky, and instead of stopping at the junction to assess the situation, she sped up. I could feel my heart racing as I looked to the right of me as I saw a car speeding towards us. She ...
... and NZ at points. I've already scouted out a few and then I just need to be committed and make sure I take the time to do my own practice every day. It's good for me - it slows my racing mind and rests my heart. I'm going to try a sunset class tomorrow evening as Mike is going to surf first thing. Rafey and I had a ball this avo creating messy play in the garden with Tupperware (the owner of this place could start a Lakeland!), ice cube trays, water, pasta, ...
... before heading out of a wifi area once you leave the wifi area but are still in the part of google maps you have loaded the GPS will still pick you up. It was a good job i had done so as that ia how we managed to help the taxi driver take us to our hostel. Much like the last, our hostels nice. It also has Pod style beds this time with 20 in a dorm. Washing was beginning to build up, since we would be here long enough for it to get done ...
... in this attack and it often gets forgotten because of the Twin Tower and London bomb attacks which overshadow it.
We were still getting nowhere with our travel plans to Matarua so in desperation, we jumped in a taxi and went to the ferry headquarters itself. Bryan had already been once but they had shut in the half hour it took between phoning them and getting there. So ...
The good news is that it's my birthday today. I don't think of it a another year older, but another reason to spoil myself and be spoiled. I wanted breakfast at the Four Seasons as we have stayed here in the past and the breakfast was delicious. It was Dan Crease who recommended
it as the best place for breakfast he has travelled to before we even moved to Singapore. I'm wondering whether it got knocked off that spot when you were in ...