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March 24, 2008

Comments

Myra

Welcome home.
Lovely to see your snap shots of the south - such beauty. I think Akaroa is such a spiritual place and offers peace tranquility and recharging.
Looking forward to catching up soon

Steph

Oh, so so envious of you! I hope we'll be able to visit Akaroa one day, maybe next summer. And I suppose we should go to Christchurch too and meet Dave's mother, I've avoided it for over a year.
I hope I can make it to the French Fair, we went to Greytown this weekend and any excuse to get back to that region and drool over the shops.

Poppy Black

How lovely to be super glamorous! I am currently going through an anti-China (the country, not the pretty vessels) phase. I am completely tired of discovering that every item of clothing I am wearing is made in China. Just when Helen (our intrepid Prime Minister) is busy working on free trade deals with China. So I am going to have to start making my own (then the fabric will probably all be Chinese). I should be ranting on my own blog! So fabulous to be together last week. Akaroa looked just divine. I love it over there so much. Come back soon! XXX

Heart Felt

Welcome home Alison. xx

kelly

So glad you had a good time. When I see pics of NZ, I think it has the best views of any country! I just love it. great pics Al.

Helen

Looks deeevine! :)

the old schoolhouse

What wonderful photos love your blog angie

Woo

Crikey New Zealand looks absolutely gorgeous. That view and the cottage is beautiful. How wonderful.

Jennifer Mary Masters

Just came across your website while perusing House and Garden on-line -I'm a painter, gardener, writer, and your suggestions for growing garlic caught my eye!
What a charming website! For a homesick Kiwi, your photos are a total delight! Thank you!

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