Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Outdoor Wednesday : farm in Rotorua,

In 2000, we toured New Zealand and met a lovely gentleman from Florida. He was in his seventies. It goes to show that it is never too old to travel.

I invite all of you to come and visiting my lovely country. We are a small country packed with goodies. For an added bonus, our currency is very small.



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10 comments:

Ginny said...

I would LOVE to visit New Zealand! But not to be so close to the ostrich without a fence between us, they can be quite dangerous!

Ginny said...

Your comment on my blog made me chuckle! I would have been behind the tram with you!! I have read that these birds can deliver a vicious kick, and can actually break bones or kill! They are fast, too! I guess this one was tame, maybe raised by people from a baby. Still, I wouldn't trust it. It's brain is tinier than it's eye!

Nanna said...

I've never been that close to an ostrich neat picture, thanks for sharing
Helen

The Japanese Redneck said...

Would like to say I would visit, but impossible with all our critters!

Kathy said...

Would love to visit! I think it is a beautiful place! Love this photo,
Kathy

LV said...

I have been there only once and it was not long enough. I would dearly love to come back. That is one reason I enjoy your blog as you let me see things I will never be able to see.Thank you for a your visit and comment.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

I have relatives who had visited New Zealand and loved it. I've never been but would like to go. I've always also wanted to visit a real farm. I'm a city gal so that would be a special treat. Love your photo with that beautiful ostrich.

George said...

Thanks for the invitation. I hope we will be able to get to New Zealand in the future.

Hilary said...

NZ had always been on my wish list of places to see. That list gets longer and the years get shorter. The beauty of blogging is that we can still see places through others eyes. Thanks for that.

Thanks also for your visit to my blog today. In answer to your question about my location, I'm just west of Toronto, in Mississauga. The years that you were in Windsor, I would have still been living in my native Montreal.

Mildred said...

What a great photo Ann. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend.