Through Barry’s lens – Kiwi friends on board …
We’ve so much to blog about it’s ridiculous, but things went awry while we were plagued by a distinct lack of internet signal for the wifi whilst in Huddersfield and Standedge (apparently there was a dysfunctional Vodafone mast).
It’s okay, we’ll catch up again. And we’ve had other priorities to ponder on, as you’ll know if you read our last post below.
Barry’s now making his way to Marple by Monday (so yes, for those who’re wondering, we DID make it through the tunnel ok). I’m at my parents until Monday – though it could be Tuesday if I can’t sort out a few issues here in time!
Anyway, I digress. Onto the purpose of this post …
Precious and priceless moments
This time the images are Barry’s, so they’re definitely worth a share, especially for our dear friends the Weatherley-Libeau’s who spent two extraordinary nights on board AreandAre recently.
These are for you Alison, Gary, Dylan and Jade – by the time this is posted they’ll be back in Aotearoa and the paradise that is Gisborne.
It was sad to see them leave us, but we totally understand how many places and people there are to see when on your overseas adventure. Getting to spend two days and nights we’ve this gorgeous family was something we’d been looking forward to for a long time, and will remember fondly forever.
We do have some wonderful friends and feel very blessed.
Haere Mai/welcome back to Gisborne – we miss you all!