Share your world- 2014 Week 14

Today I feel to share my world with some of my friends!

If you had to describe your day as a traffic sign, what would it be?

Give way sign!

Is your hair short (total neck and ear showing), medium (covering ears and neck), long (below shoulders), extra long (at least halfway down your back) or bald?

Short – neck and ears showing. Usually way too short!

When you are with your friends, do your interactions include much touching—for example, hugging, kissing, rough housing, rubbing backs? Would you like to have more of this? (Note: the answers may vary depending on where you live on this wonderful planet.)

I love to speak with my hands and my body, but no touching. Just a quick hug at the beginning or end of the meeting.

What do you feel is the most enjoyable way to spend $100? 

Visit a Nature park and have a lovely lunch in the park

Bonus question:  What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

Grateful that I could be with my son enjoying his engagement party. Spending time with friends I haven’t seen for a while.

My lovely son and I



I also have a lovely international student from Hong Kong.

Here we are at the Huka Falls in NZ.


From above: A photo a week challenge

The Waikato River, New Zealand’s longest river, moves gracefully north from Lake Taupo between banks 100 metres apart. Just before the Huka Falls it enters a shallow ravine of hard volcanic rock. The effect is nature’s large-scale equivalent of a fire hose feeding into a very fine nozzle.

From above…

Huka Falls

At Huka Falls you can witness the phenomenon of natural hydro power – more than 220, 000 litres of water per second.

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Remember New Zealand 2006 (no 5)

On the way back to Wellington we stopped at a Restaurant/cafe.

This elegant creature was terrorizing all the birds on the lawn

A real beauty!

We also stopped at the HUKA Waterfal

The Huka Falls are a set of waterfalls on the Waikato River that drains Lake Taupo in New Zealand.

A few hundred metres upstream from the Huka Falls, the Waikato River narrows from approximately 100 metres across into a narrow canyon only 15 metres across. The canyon is carved into lake floor sediments laid down before Taupo’s Oruanui eruption 26,500 years ago.[1]

The volume of water flowing through often approaches 220,000 litres per second.[2]

Next stop is back in Wellington. I’ll have some interesting photos from in and around Wellington in the following Remember New Zealand 2006.

See you next time!