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Wack for my daddy o, there's whisky in the tea
Thursday, March 27, 2008

S42°12.69' E173°52.33'

Covered 62km to reach Waipapa Bay. First 30km were great, surfing with a north easterly wind behind us. Then the wind died. Five minutes later we were paddling into a headwind! Hope to reach Kaikoura tomorrow, then have a day off on Saturday. Will be having whisky in our tea tonight!

[alex on behalf of jc]


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perhaps the whiskey in the tea could explain the slight discrepancy in the coordinates :)

No offense - by why dilute the whiskey with tea?

12:10 pm  
Anonymous Tom said...

Try 42 deg, 13' 37 S, 173deg 50'42E

1:16 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Waipapa Bay is just south of the Clarence River.
Going well guys, enjoy your break in Kaikoura.
Cheers Harriet

6:22 pm  
Blogger Jim Krawiecki said...

Hi Justine and Bazza!

I have been following your progress almost every day. Its plain to see that you are having a terrific adventure and I can't wait to hear all the stories. I hope that the weather and your strength stay with you for the remainder.

Best wishes for the home strait,

Jim K

7:49 am  

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