Well the time has come where I am to do some travelling, about bloody time.
So its august 2nd 2011, I arrived in New Zealand on October 13th 2010. It speaks for itself and tonight I depart for Christchurch.
Tom is currently working and the Brazz Man is nowhere to be found, with his phone in working order at sky bar but no B Dog to be found.
I have pretty much finished packing my stuff, tom still needs to get a few bits sorted, however, he needs to get hold of the brazz man to get his stuff out of his car.
So queenstown I am finnally leaving you, i wont clutter this post with a rigmarole of wording which makes sense neither gramatically or structrually, thus i will speak in laymens terms:
Queenstown you have seen me: grow up, laugh, play, smile, meet some of the best people, get too drunk, allowed me to realise things - you have taught me alot. The list could go on....
Snow boarding - I think you are amazing and have started to get the hang of you. I was loving my drop off over some rocks on my last day at remarks, shame i didn't land you.
Being on the other side of the world has taught me to stop taking lots of things for granted which may have been taken care for me otherwise. I have had to take on board lots of things and sort things when the preverbial has hit the fan.
I have taken residence in a dank subset basement for the majority of time i have been here, you have taught me to respect central heating and double glazing back in England.
Due to the living conditions i dont think there has been many a day where i have woke up and felt healthy. You dont offer favourable salubrity.
Funny queenstown, being the adventure capital - in a sick twisted sense i have failed you for untending to the range of activities
Heres to you queenstown and all that you have shown me and all the people you have thrown my way!
To the road trip with the lads and to my escapade's.