Why isn't tallness a recognised disability?
The day started at 4am to watch the England game. I don't know why I bothered cause I couldn't really give a stuff either way. Luckily their was a power cut at half time and I was able to go back to sleep, even though I think I was actually asleep with my eyes open throughout the first half. Back on the bus by 8am, no Irish girls this time, we shall catch up in Queenstown im sure. There was some amazing views on the journey and a few spots where scenes were filmed during the Lord of The Rings. Arrived in Queenstown at 4pm, checked into hostel and ventured into town. Read an email from Angie saying Queenstown was her favourite part of NZ and I probably agree with her already, it definately was her favourite part of NZ. Picked up my tickets for the ski lessons and brought some ski trousers, very excited about that and can't wait to get started on Sunday morning. There were 3 drunken Aussies in the common room who seem to start every sentence with the words "well im Australian and...", well im English and I can tell that your fecking Australian ok Bruce? I had another Hot Chocolate in Starbucks although I think I drank it too quickly and got a bit of a headache. I was actually sitting in Starbucks with my Gap Jeans gazing out of the window and looking at a McDonalds, int capitalisam brilliant? On return to my room I met the other person in the room, he was lying on his bed with a girl. I said hi and he said "how you doing", i'm presuming he is american or just working on his Joey Tribbiani impression and fair play to him cause I often do that myself.