Not sunny all the time!

Published: January 18th 2011
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Good morning all Suz and I returned last night from an amazing 2 day tour of the Coromandel Peninsula. Driving from here there was rolling hills and farmland and then we went up and up into the remains of a lot of volcanoes extinct many millions of years ago… so when the road signs said bends for 14km – it literally was bend after bend up and up and then down and down…then there would be an... Read Full Entry

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18th January 2011

hello Lynne
Dear Lynne,the photos are stunning. Sounds as tho all is going well for you.Keep having a great time.Love from Suzanne and girls.xoxo
19th January 2011

Fantastic holidays
Hi lynne, enjoying your blog, we had a few farewells for Maggie, down to Sydney then off to Tassie with her daughter for a week, I hope the floods are gone by then. I am organising a B.B.Q. fundraiser for this Suinday 23/1/2011 for the group I belong too " Break-a -Leg Inc." most of the gang will be there. Kind Regards, Wilma.
19th January 2011

haven't forgotten about you!
Hi Lynne and Suz, unfortunately I'm just recovering from horrible flu which had me on my back and out of action for over a week, so I hadn't forgotten about you, just been unable to reply. Anyway, on the mend now so lovely to hear about how you are doing. Lynne you have a lovely way to describe things, you should look at writing a book! The photos continue to be amazing and it has made me want to visit NZ more than ever. Love to you both as you continue on your adventure x x
26th January 2011

Hi Girls
Looks like you are having a fab time, very jealous!! I think I visited Wilson Bay , what a beautiful country! Suz I did get your message about the change of venue, I have emailed them but no answer. Enjoy Wellington Lots of love Tracie
24th March 2011

wilson bay
first time i have googled wilson bay out of intrest, im a 4th generation wilson having grown up on the family farm. Brought by Mary and James Wilson in 1886,( both from ireland) and developed by descendants. I am currently living in the bay of plenty. The farm sold in 2009, it is nice to see my beginnings in this way, megan wilson, maybe we are related, ha
19th March 2012

Just been reading all your NZ blogs - really reminding me of our 10 years in NZ!! We used to go to HaHei a lot - my mum and dad came on holiday with us there for a week - Jack was 7. Fabulous place. Went on the same boat that you went on! There was a couple on the boat with us all, and when we got off, we chatted and found out they lived in Purley, told them my sister lives in Purley,on the Webb Estate, they live on the Webb Estate, told them Annette's hubby is Alan Clarke - they knew him well, from being on the Residents Association!! Unbelievable!. So when we went back to London the following year, they came for drinks at Annette's ! Small world, eh (as they say in NZ)!

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