Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Tahunanui Beach


In Nelson, if you time it right, you can have the whole beach to yourself.

The weather this winter has been appalling, and yesterday, yet again, many parts of the country were inundated with rain, resulting in landslides and flooding. Nelson was a bit gray and chilly, but otherwise calm and, as usual, pleasant. Is there such a thing as fair-weather guilt?

11 comments:

  1. Hi Meg:

    Welcome to cityblogs, I am having good experiences in this community and I hope you do the same. I also would like all the beach for myself, so I can feel the owner of the world, hehehe.

    Greetings from PerĂº

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  2. Hi, Irredento, and thank you for your commnet. I think joining DP has changed our lives, to put it mildly. We are having fun 'visiting' our own city. And please let me know the next time you come this way; I'll reserve the beach for you.

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  3. Well, if there were such a thing as fair weather guilt, I would have it all the time, but I don't. Therefore...I declare that it does not exist! =)

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  4. Thanks, Natalie. It's really been pretty bad this winter, and the weather forecasts have been extended from time to time, and in between the serious bits, we hear "Nelson, fine." It's like going to a big do and find out your group won three of the five door prizes...

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  5. oh my God! Another nz daily photo!!!! A huge welcome!!!!

    Hopefully It will reminds me everyday that's its time to book a fly to go back in my favourite place in the whole world!!!

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  6. Hi, Liz. Your July 04/05 posts in Aotearoa Mon Amour - was it in Northland or Farewell Spit in Golden Bay? Would you like to swap houses for a while?

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  7. Wow, so quiet? Where is everybody? Great shot!

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  8. Tanty, it was around noon on Tuesday, and there were actually three guys there, but sometimes, there really isn't anybody around!

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  9. New Zealand is my fav place too - heck I almost moved there!!!

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  10. But Kala, Hawaii can't be bad!

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