May 2010

bollard and crossing

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bollards are less prevalent in new zealand which is interesting and i wonder whether that speaks of the kiwi rule abiding nature and/or general dislike of plastic cones ?

balanced meal

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2 cans of coke and some sweet corn

(by the way, have you noticed i’ve tried to include my shoe in more of my photos ?  how do you think that’s working out?)

adjective english

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‘intensive fun effective’ is not a sentence. 

but that’s obviously not the point of this place which will teach you to speak in disconnected adjectives. 

fantastic.

go and bother our neighbours

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don’t bother me.  ask next door if you’ve got any enquires.   thank – u (no idea what the little monster thing is.  i wonder if it’s meant to be a four legged kiwi ?

mower

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cicada

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how can something so small make such a noise ?

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beware of da p

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there’s a big problem in new zealand with ‘p’ addicts.  which i guess is what this sign is warning us about.

delivery of a big pile of leaves

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so this is how it works.  the council bring round a big pile of dead leaves in a skip, and then they spread them round town (especially under trees).  here we see a leaf drying machine which is ‘bubbling’ out old leaves like a washing machine full of fairy liquid