Saturday, December 04, 2010

Summer adventures

This week the husband and I have had the pleasure of spending some time with Andrew and Carissa- two talented Americans who have been in New Zealand to shoot a wedding.
We took them to some of favourite spots in Auckland- One Tree Hill, lunch at Circus Circus in Mt Eden, a wander through Ponsonby (where we sat at a cafe a few seats from Rhys Darby of Flight of the Conchords fame), played on a flying fox, relaxed on the bean bags under the Telecom Christmas tree and had a true blue kiwi dinner of fish and chips on the beach- complete with L&P and Watties tomato sauce.

This week has been the first official week of summer in NZ so it was a great way to kick it off. Also wonderful to make some lovely new friends & have a few adventures together! I have a few more pictures to share but you'll have to wait to see them on my Cornetto blog on Thursday :)

12 comments:

  1. Looks like a fantastic time. They seem like a lovely couple, I'm always reading their blog posts.

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  2. Nothing beats a good old kiwi dinner of fish and chips on the beach! I need to go see the christmas Tree in Ponsonby.

    www.toindigo.blogspot.com

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  3. Meeting blog friends is the best :)

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  4. Looks like you all had a great day! :)

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  5. Oh this post is so kiwi ha! Love that you got them fish & Chips. From my experience Americans go CRAZY for them!
    Love the photos too! Looks like so much fun.
    Rhys Darby! Oh he is my hero. I saw him do stand up and her is incredible!

    Ayesha x

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  6. looks like a fantastic day!

    have a good weekend, gorgeous xx

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  7. your shots have such a romantic quality... love love love!
    - Catherine at The Spring

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  8. Haha, I can't believe summer is about to start in NZ, we've got soooo much snow here in sweden! :)

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  9. Yay Kiwi dinners! So nice to find more talented NZ bloggers.

    xo
    Velvet Bitchez

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  10. I haven't been on a flying fox since I was in New Zealand! So fun. I'm jealous ;)

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