Why isn't tallness a recognised disability?
I need to stop being in the same place as the Kiwi Experience bus, its just getting weird now. Even though I was at the last 2 hostels and on the ferry to the south island first, Im the one thats going to look weird cause there's about 20 of them and 1 of me. I bet they have bets as to whether that lanky bloke is going to be lurking around whenever they approach a new place. Kiwi's refer to a large bout of snowfall as a 'big dump', this shouldn't amuse me as much as it does. The ferry journey was awful in the most part, it was so bumpy and I did contemplate letting the being sick urges take over but I fought them off (mainly because all the toilet cubicles were full with people being sick) and I feel im a better person for it, although the cooked breakfast should definately be a 'no no' in future boat trips. After disembarking the ferry I hopped onto a bus to a place called Nelson. The bus driver was born in Chingford so we shared amusing Essex banter with each other, it was the sort of small talk I can handle. Talk about the whole small world element again, the Irish girls from the first night in LA, who were staying at the hostel in Wellington were on my bus to Nelson. They said they were staying at the main hostel but I wanted to avoid that one and said I would see them later, which im sure i will. I didnt want to stay at the main hostel cause I figure thats where the kiwi experience bus will be and I know this cause Ive checked their schedule. I think this makes me a kind of reverse stalker, im checking up on people in order to avoid them, absolutely harmless I reckon. My hostel has a basketball court, the rest of it is sh1te and I now wish I stayed at the other one even at the expense of being thought a wierdo, its a badge of honour for some.