7 In six years in london/ travel

postcards from toast nz

we don’t usually go to toast nz events as they have a reputation for ending up full of drunk nz’ers; however we were attracted to this event because we would be spending it in fine company.

going with such fabulous friends definitely was the highlight of the event.
toast nz

other highlights included: the polo (england vs. nz which sadly we lost by one goal)
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the ngati ranana maori culture group (singing songs i knew the words to, and doing lovely poi)
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nz wine in the sunshine
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toast nz

(and lamingtons)
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and the feelers – who came all the way from new zealand just for us
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toast nz

  • The Armchair Parisian
    14/06/2010 at 01:47

    Well, didn’t that just look like a barrel of fun!!!

  • Di
    13/06/2010 at 20:23

    And … Ngati Ranana maori culture group have performed on Flanders Fields more than once. We love them.

  • rachel awes
    13/06/2010 at 13:28

    oh how i want to play with you!

  • Emily
    13/06/2010 at 07:27

    Looks like such a fun day out ~ & the weather co-operated too! Of course, I got the giggles about the pie. I can never quite understand the fascination. Especially when you could be eating those fantastic green lip mussels!
    Have a nice, relaxing Sunday :)

  • Di
    12/06/2010 at 23:16

    Oh god! I haven’t had a pie in 6 years. I almost fainted over your photograph, not expecting it. And Lamingtons!!! It’s been 100 years surely, since the last one. They don’t have sponge here in Belgium.

    Glad you guys had an excellent day though … :-)

  • furiousball
    12/06/2010 at 22:37

    the pie and the wine did it for me. oh and the pretty girls doing handstands too ;-)

  • Emma
    12/06/2010 at 22:07

    OK, educate me – whats a lamington and what on earth is chur all about?