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  Reply # 185655 22-Dec-2008 11:35
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Heading to a little Bay north of Auckland. Brother in law has rented a house for a week

On the day it will be doing what ever the kids want to do (in other words trying to work out how to build, use or trash their presents) eating lots and hopefully not have a full on fight with the witch (sister in law).

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  Reply # 185658 22-Dec-2008 11:45
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I'll be in Yorkshire, UK with my fianc?e and some of her family.

I hope it's going to snow!

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  Reply # 185659 22-Dec-2008 11:51
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Having the family over and cooking Turkey Roast :)

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  Reply # 185661 22-Dec-2008 11:59
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Brunch with flatmates & friends then packing up the rest of the flat into boxs..
Quickly pop into my bros to exchange gifts and might have a quick bit to eat..
Then driving out to the Air Port for our flight at 5pm to Auckland.. Pickup rental car at 8.30pm ish.. and Keep driving North..

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  Reply # 185666 22-Dec-2008 12:25
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  Reply # 185683 22-Dec-2008 14:01
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Spending the day with some of my other half's family. People I haven't met yet. Probably no internet connection.

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  Reply # 185710 22-Dec-2008 16:55
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Presents in the morning with the kids, BBQ and beer in the backyard for the afternoon with friends.  What more could be wanted?  - other than nice weather in Wellington or the backyard BBQ & Beer idea does not really work...

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