“Spring is when you feel like whistling even with a shoe full of slush” – Doug Larson
This weekend I took a day trip to the Omana Regional Park, located in Maraetai – about a 30 minute drive from central Auckland.
Omana has a beautiful shingle beach, and picnic and camping facilities, which I image to be amazing in the summer. There is also a small farm, and we got to meet some lambs on the walk around the perimeter fence. Continue reading “#69 Springtime in Omana Regional Park”
“A journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles” – Tim Cahill
So after nearly two years living in NZ, I went back to the Motherland to catch up with friends and family in the UK. Continue reading “#51 New things with Old Friends…”
Today I saw something that I thought, nor hoped, I’d never see – the cost of a singular avocado has now broken the $6 barrier here in NZ. Continue reading “#48 Discovering the Real Cost of Avocados”
Today I went to a training seminar at a beautiful little community theatre in Auckland, called the Dolphin Theatre, that a never knew existed. Continue reading “#44 Training & Cake & Dolphins”
Today’s new thing was to try a community yoga / relaxation / meditation session, which was held in central Auckland. It was a free event, or you could give a koha (donation) if you could afford it. Continue reading “#43 Community Yoga & Meditation”