Had a great time reading your blog and seeing all the lovely pictures from around the world..safe and merry travels for the future..:)
It was terrific catching up with u on Sat. night.
Lovely photos & blog. See you soon. Safe travels. xxxxx
What a wonderful and fun welcome.Well deserved I would think.I certainly enjoy travelling with you.
Lots of love
Barrie and Mary
Great to read of your adventures and to see your photos.
Much love xxxxxx
Hi Rachel, this all looks great and lots to see and lots of fun. enjoy following you around. all well in Levin and nearly all unpacked in the new house.
Loys of love Barrie and Mary.xx
Loving your blog
particularly he description of home life - I htink the Grandma has life rather well organised..
As for Shortland street with horse transformers, yes, er, why not! Hopefully they won't overshare about how sweaty they get doing it!!
Still reading it! Still loving it!
Hi Rach - sure do read your blogs. You write brilliantly and should consider a career in travel reviews and reporting, if you should be so lucky to find such a job. Don't know if your future will bring you to Auckland but if it does would love to catch up to talk about your travels, and to see if you would be in town long enough to play some soccer.......
In SUNNY London we have just
- booked the Chritmas Carols in the Royal Albert Hall
- started organising our Christmas party
- sorting out the Christmas theatre trip
- booked skiing
And are very sad that we will not be including you
Also missing from our Christmas this year will be:
- Absolutely splendid faux English accents
- Gluten free Xmas pud
- russian roulette with jellybeans
- timtam slams
- pineapple pieces
- a kiwi dervish winning racing demon
London's loss is Paihia's gain
Lots of love
Hi Sweetie............just loved your latest Blog and am looking forward to the book!!! Such wonderful travels you should share with the world.
Welcome home in a few hours...........will take you to Parnell for a Hot Choc.
See you soon.
Love from us all
I went to Opua School - and I lived on a boat.
Oh, that was like 50% of the school population? Well, perhaps I should rephrase it: I went to Opua School and I'm not pregnant. That should significantly narrow it down.
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