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Oct. 11 - Wine, Quarterfinal Madness, & Mountain Top Panic

NEW ZEALAND | Wed, 12 Oct 2011 | By deepsouthrugby | Views [978]

Oct. 11th - Today we were planning to spend in Okahune, a ski town at the base of Mt Ruapehu, but the weather forecast of rain and gale force winds for tomorrow caused us to unplug the van and head north. We skirted the western shore of Lake Taupo and ... Read more >

Tags: australia, france, martinborough, quarterfinals, rugby world cup, south africa, wales, wellington

Oct. 3 - Horse Racing, Golf, New Friends, & Rugby

NEW ZEALAND | Mon, 3 Oct 2011 | By deepsouthrugby | Views [921]

October 3rd: The Rugby World Cup pool matches are over. The past 2 days we were in Wellington to witness the upset of the tournament (Tonga over France 19-14) on Saturday and New Zealand’s 12 try romp over Canada (79-15) on Sunday. This morning we drove ... Read more >

Tags: martinborough, palmerston north, rugby world cup, shannon, wellington

Frosty First Day of Kiwi Spring

UNITED KINGDOM | Wed, 21 Sep 2011 | By deepsouthrugby | Views [681]

Frosty First Day of Kiwi Spring                 Departing Napier on a cold, blustery, rainy day, we decided to while away a couple hours touring the Hastings wineries. One tasting led to another and before we knew it our credit card was a few ... Read more >

Tags: dannevirke, martinborough, napier, rugby world cup, vineyards, wine

 

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The Avicenna statue just down the road from our house (and the landmark that we use when we can't communicate where we live). Avicenna/Ibn-Sina was alive around 1000 CE and was a rather famous Persian physician and Islamic philosopher. A friend of ours told us that one of Avicenna's first patients was cured by a cup of snake vomit, hence the medical symbol of a snake encircling a chalice.: by shrummer16, Views[2830]
The Avicenna statue just down the road from our house (and the landmark that we use when we can't communicate where we live). Avicenna/Ibn-Sina was alive around 1000 CE and was a rather famous Persian physician and Islamic philosopher. A friend of ours told us that one of Avicenna's first patients was cured by a cup of snake vomit, hence the medical symbol of a snake encircling a chalice.

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