As usual, Neil made some awesome plans for us. For today’s tour he took to the message boards of Cruise Critic and he posted the tour. So, we, along with 18 other posters, hired a Maori man and in two small vans, they took us to a Maori village in
Totally chill day. Slept until 8, had a great leisurely breakfast, went for upscale coffee and tea, ate a light lunch at the spa cafe, came back to the room and watched a movie. Black Panther. Great story. Too much violence. Put ice on my foot and leg all day.
On November 1st I got this unexplainable rash on my arm and sent a picture to my primary care doctor back in portland. She replied and said not to worry about it unless it spread. Well, yesterday , while touring Akaroa, it spread, big time, to my leg. Both are
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any greener…… There are more shades of green here than I have ever seen. Akaroa is a tendered port, which means that their dock sits in too shallow water for our larger ship to go, so they put us on the lifeboats and
It’s pronounced done-e-din. We took a walk around the small town that we docked in before getting on a small bus for a guided tour. Neil plans all of the tours. It’s better than paying the cruise ship company more money for the same tours. Plus the tours through the