We headed up to the cheese shop, and had lunch outdoors, it was a beautiful setting. Earlier we had visited the Honey Centre, where we had to de-sensitise Krissie and Dylan before they could even look at the bee colonies through the glass!
Fraser checking out the ducks!
On the way home we popped into a Farmers' Market, where we just missed a Bluegrass Band playing. I got chatting to them as they were packing up, and this is the closest I've been to a musical instrument since leaving home!
Walking home from the shops.....it's a hard life, y'know!
The cheese board ready for supper. The honey-based mead was lovely, and I don't usually like mead, too sweet and medicinal-tasting!
I've had a bit of a job trying to upload photographs to facebook while away down at Otorohanga, where Jim and I spent five days exploring a bit more of NZ. And it hasn't been easy doing this blog-post either, so I will make it short and post again when we get back to Orewa tomorrow.