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  • Sue,

    My mobile is 021 115 3695 if you've got yourself a local SIM card, but 0064 21 115 3695 if you're using your UK card.

    In Dunedin, Carl's home number is 03 477 4095 and his mobile is 027 298 1613 (drop the leading zero and substitute 0064 in both cases if using UK card.)

    Jim
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  • By the way, Sue, Dave Mitchell and I were at school together, right from primary through to grammar school, so we go back a long, long way, although we lost touch for many years in between.
    December 2016
    • CGKiteman
      CGKiteman
      FWIW: You three were in school together? And you got back in touch with each other through KAP? That is SO COOL!!!
  • Hi Sue,
    I don't think I saw this message until now. I'll use it to let you have my contact details.

    My home phone is (03) 383 2244 and mobile is 021 115 3695. If you dial from outside NZ, then of course it's 0064 3 3832244 or 0064 21 1153695. I don't have a smart phone, so emails only reach me if I'm checking my computer.

    If you do get time to fly in Christchurch, I have kites for every possible wind condition, so you don't need to worry about that.

    You seem to have several whole or half free days, for instance in Dunedin, Auckland, Wellington, Bay of Islands and Rotorua. All of these, in the right conditions, should give you opportunities for KAP, but I realise that most of your time will be spent just sightseeing. I have a friend in Dunedin who might be able to give you a few pointers in where to KAP - he's mildly interested in KAP himself, but more of a kite-flier like me.

    Jim
    December 2016
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  • Sue
    Hi NZ flier
    I'm glad you joined in the discussion as I'm coming to New Zealand in February doing the Triton "Best of New Zealand" tour. This covers both the South then North islands and it's the 3 week tour.

    http://www.titantravel.co.uk/destinations/australia-and-new-zealand/new-zealand/the-best-of-new-zealand

    I wonder where you are and if we'll have any free time to meet up with you. I intend taking a minimalist KAP outfit and hope to fly at least once or twice.

    Sue
    October 2016

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