Kia Ora from Napier and the final 'free-wifi-blogging-mission' of 2010. In 5 minutes JP and I will pack up our laptops and head to Napier GC for round number 364 straight.
This time one year ago we were frantically packing our gear for one year of travel. My blue bag has held steady along with the same outfits of clothes worn repetitively.
Yes, we're a couple of days behind on the blog but yes we've kept golfing. And golfing. Tonight will be a quiet night with the respective families before tomorrow, the final round will be played at Cape Kidnappers. The place where this crazy idea of playing a round of golf every single damn day was conceived.
So from Kauri Cliffs around New Zealand and right around the world we've made it to the end and The Cape. The blogging will continue for a week or two as we catch up on a couple of courses and of course say our farewells to a project that has been entirely all consuming way to spend 2010.
Cape Kidnappers will be a relaxing but epic way to finish the year. I suspect we'll be knackered by the end of it such that, like last new years, we might not even stay up for the countdown. A small price to pay for what has been a truly special year.
If anyone wants to get in touch with us - we'll be on cell phone for most of the next 36 hours: +64 21 653752 and +64 27 2399713.
my 5 minutes is up. 36 holes to go.
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