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Just days after arriving, we began learning New Zealand's national passtime: Rugby!
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This is an excellent view of our last campsite on the Queen Charlotte Track. We pitched our tents by the inlet on the left-hand portion of the picture.
Luke took this picture of me while we rested and waited for the lagging girls to catch up. The QCT often followed the sharp mountain top on the portions we hiked.
Myself, Trisha, Heather, and DarcyCaryl sat down outside at this restaurant our first (and only) night in Queenstown. The food was pretty good, but the name of the restaurant has escaped me.
While visiting an interesting trout farm near Rotorua in intermittent rain, I took this random picture of the boardwalk that wove in and out of various ponds of rainbow trout. I ended up really liking this picture. The walkway was very well made. It must have taken ages to construct.
Just below the University of Otago's prominent clock tower, I took this picture of a flower as the sun shot in from the side.
Bored at the Rotorua Bus station, I decided to take a picture of yours truly.
Just days after arriving, we began learning New Zealand's national passtime: Rugby!
I watched a fair bit of NPC (National Provincial Championship) rugby while in New Zealand. The score you see above ended up being final. Otago (my favorite team) won with 7 penalty kicks and no tries, while Wellington (my second favorite team) lost despite scoring tries on two occasions. It was a pretty exciting game.
Equipped with bodyboards, we actually slid down this sand dune as one would slide down a snowy hill in the winter. It was lots of fun, but climbing back up the hill in sand is even more tiring than climbing back up a snowy hill. This was near the northern most tip of New Zealand.

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Rugby at Shakespear Lodge