It’s Saturday 22nd Dec at Eden Park Bed and Breakfast. Bit of a rush day here. guests for breakfast and then a dash to Pukekohe (south of Auckland) for the annual family gathering and lunch.
Been very busy at the BnB with guests in and out. Makes one envious of the places that we hear, about; although travel is like a job…. Move on and gotta go….
We just had Guy check out last night and he had just finished a 2 month cycling trip around NZ. He had a great sun tan to go back to Germany with but on Tuesday he was back at his job in the Bank.
Kinda feel sorry for him..
I have a painting plan this summer. I have erected scaffolding on the west side to make the high rise gable easier and safer. I remember the last time I did this and thought never again… And here I am again.
International Visitor Arrivals to 9th December 2012
Total visitor arrivals are down 1% compared to the same four week period last year.
Ups: China 16%, Japan 37%, Korea 8%, Germany 4%
Downs: Singapore -4%, USA -12% , UK -12%, Malaysia -21%, Australia -1%, Canada -10%
Tis the day after Christmas. Boxing day in Auckland. Eden Park Bed and Breakfast is full and it’s zoom,zoom with me on Supercare4u.com.
We made the decision to not do the cooking thing yesterday ad instead went out for dinner to the Sky City restaurant in the city. Once we were seated in the tower and were blown away with the view of the city the serious work of eating took place.
Great food and company.Well done Sky City !
We have the family up from Christchurch. INgrid the Daughter was in her shop when the earthquakes struck.That is not the greatest experience I could wish for.
The kids were up in the North Island when it struck so I am pleased that was something that they did not have to experience again.
We have a Turkey to cook today and that will supply cold meats for the next few days. Yum,Yum.
I am out on the road driving again today……. Story of my life!
We had a full day yesterday with Patient Transfers .Started at 0630 and came off the road at 1700. Bit quieter today but still movement going down.
Merry Christmas to you all,
Tony and Marlene and Mr Darcy
It’s a dog’s christmas for Mr Darcy!