Greetings from New Zealand

Time is flying, 2 weeks gone already, 2 weeks still left. Internet connections are few and far between so I must wait till I get back home to share my photos with you.

Here is a sample of just a few places we have been too.

Thermal areas of central New Zealand. Steaming, bubbling and hissing with awesome power

Thermal areas of central New Zealand. Steaming, bubbling and hissing with awesome power

Forgotten World Highway. It was 150 kilometres, winding through the rugged, steep hills of the back block country.

Forgotten World Highway. It was 150 kilometres, winding through the rugged, steep hills of the back block country.

 

The quaint village of Hobbiton where the movies Lord of the Rings were made.

The quaint village of Hobbiton where the movies Lord of the Rings were made.

 

That is just a quick sample of what we are seeing.Β 

Β We have found a library with internet connection and have a spare half hour.

But now it is “on, on”

I will be in touch again in 2 weeks time….

 

 

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31 thoughts on “Greetings from New Zealand

  1. poppytump

    Lovely to see this PP … I’m having a job catching up after being away ..
    enjoy your time .. we’ll all be here to see when you return and have spare moment to post some more pics .
    NZ oh how we love our trip there some years back . Lucky PP πŸ™‚

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    • Good to hear from you Poppy. Only 3 days left in NZ and then back home and 3-4weeks to catch up before off on our next adventure..

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  2. Joan and Terry Watson

    Have you seen many birds? no Jack the real ones not Human, we were quite shocked that we hardly saw any birds, is the weather good, no rain here just 10 spots, I expect NZ look greenx

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  3. Nice to see you PP, glad you are having fun over there and I look forward to your NZ posts when you get home. Hobbiton looks a bit like around here (well I do live in the Shires you know, there’s even a place called Bagginswood nearby) πŸ˜€
    Have fun, see you soon!
    Jude xx

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    • Yes they told us they chose that place because it looks very English BUT that weather was more reliable and better for filming !!!!!

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  4. Sandra

    Glad youΒ΄re having a good time…say Hi to all the family from us! Sandra

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  5. Hiya, Pommepal. Looks like you’re having a great trip. Love the Hobbiton pic, and those thermals really look about to explode. πŸ™‚ Travel safe. xx

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  6. what a marvellous trip, I love seeing Hobbiton!! looking forward to more on your return PP, meanwhile just have fun xx

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  7. Lyn and David

    Yes, like Cindy I was concerned about you both and missed your blogs. Thought about health concerns, family but never about internet connections, what a wonderful solution. Looking forward to seeing more, we have not explored beyond Auckland .Enjoy. Have a great day, Lyn

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    • Hi Lyn and David I was very surprised that the connections over here are so erratic. Am in a good area at the moment so making the most of it before we head back into the wilderness of lost cyberspace… Will be posting more photos when we get home.

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  8. How exciting! So glad you had a moment to check in. Looking forward to seeing all your pictures!

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  9. Such a beautiful place – enjoy! πŸ˜€

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  10. cool … glad you’re having a blast in NZ … a place I’ve never been that’s very high on my offical Must Visit list (hmmm … maybe if I didn’t go to Australia all the time …) have fun!!!

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  11. Glad you are enjoying your time away. I look forward to your posts when time permits.

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  12. You will have heaps to do in the three weeks we are at home before we head off on the W.A. adventure.

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  13. I was worrying about you! Glad you are okay!

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    • Thanks for your concern Cindy. Sometimes life and circumstances leave no time for blogging I’ll be looking forward to catching up with every one when I get back home

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