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Final Post, Final Thoughts

Final post, final thoughts I am back in New Zealand. I was met, tired and bewildered, at Auckland Airport by my father. Mercifully he used his frequent flyer privileges to get my entire 40kg luggage home. He then took me to the FF lounge where I had a New Zealand breakfast of unsweetened...

permalink written by  Crosswood on January 27, 2008 from Palmerston North, New Zealand
from the travel blog: New Zealand Student, American University.



Another ‘PANIC!’ post

Well, thanks to the accommodation people, I have nowhere to live, and thanks to my father the combined churches of Berkeley think I have no grammar. Dad decided that he would ‘help’ me try to find a billet by sending an email out to the Episcopalian churches in the Berkeley area. Obviously...

permalink written by  Crosswood on July 23, 2007 from Palmerston North, New Zealand
from the travel blog: New Zealand Student, American University.



Start up hassels

A friend of mine went on a trip to England last year and blogged that. My mother is heading to Europe and is blogging her trip as well. Apart from the fact my writing style is boring and I’ll probably forget my password, why shouldn’t I blog too? This is just the ‘filler’ post I suppose. I...

permalink written by  Crosswood on July 5, 2007 from Palmerston North, New Zealand
from the travel blog: New Zealand Student, American University.



Farewell New Zealand

June 16 Jen met us at the bus station. She still had lots of plans for us as it was our last day in New Zealand. We headed to the local Rugby ground to watch the end of a club match. The seats were freezing so luckily we only stayed for about 10 minutes. We picked up a couple of DVDs ready to...

permalink written by  James & Tracey on June 16, 2007 from Palmerston North, New Zealand
from the travel blog: James & Tracey World Tour



Jenbolina's Palmy

June 11 Jen dropped us off at her flat whilst she went into work for a couple of hours. We spent this time chilling out. When she got back we went out and grabbed a Thai take-away with a couple of bottles of wine for the evening. June 12 James spent the morning getting up to date with the...

permalink written by  James & Tracey on June 12, 2007 from Palmerston North, New Zealand
from the travel blog: James & Tracey World Tour



Windy Miller

June 10 As our first day in Palmy Jen decided to show us a few of the local highlights. First on the agenda we headed up to Te Apiti wind farm. It was very windy and cold up there, winter is definately on its way here and there have been a lot of reports of snowfalls in the south island, with...

permalink written by  James & Tracey on June 10, 2007 from Palmerston North, New Zealand
from the travel blog: James & Tracey World Tour



Jenbolina (and broken toe)

May 27 We drove the quick 200 km to Palmerston North at break neck campervan speed. Jen met us outside her flat, waving her Crutches madly in the air, due to her newly broken left big toe (from hockey last week). We spent a pleasant evening at Jens new home with a couple of her mates, a...

permalink written by  James & Tracey on May 27, 2007 from Palmerston North, New Zealand
from the travel blog: James & Tracey World Tour



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