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December 22nd 2006
Published: February 7th 2007
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The town of Picton isn’t the bustling harbour you would imagine it to be when considering its home to the main ferry terminus on the South Island. Nestled in the shadows of tree covered mountains this tiny harbour town doesn’t seem to realise the amount of traffic it generates, as walking along the tranquil quayside with the sun slowly disappearing turning the static clouds to flecks of bright... Read Full Entry

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9th February 2007

Alright Dave. It seems like you've been away for ages now. My life is flashing by in cuts of 9 to 5, whilst you're still off galavanting around the place have fun. Anyway just thought I'd let you know I've just got back from a 3 and a half week trip to Thailand (and had forgotten how much hard work travelling can be). Before I left I printed out all of your blogs and trapsed around thailand with them until I found a suitable beach to read them all on. Having read them all before over the months previously, you see them in a whole different light once you've seen some of the places you write about. So cheers, it was a top read. I (and a few randoms) wasted a few afternnons on the beach giggling through them like school girls. My only regret is I didn't read the Pai blog until I left Chiang Mai and so never made it there. No matter. Keep on having fun and I'll see you when you get back, no doubt.

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