Yes, it’s winter now. At first we thought the time on the clock was wrong but no, it really was just after five. My friend, Chris along with her niece Lucy and I were in town for an early dinner followed by a movie, The Insatiable Moon, an excellent, thought provoking, NZ movie.
Inside Reva’s in the Town Basin is warm and cosy and has a great Earlybird menu.
By the time we left, the streetlights across the river were on and starting to throw light on the water.
Those who know me well will find this hard to believe but I was also in town on Wednesday night, too. That’s right, two nights in a row, most times I feel I’m living the high life if I’m out at night once a month. Wednesday night the occasion was a farewell to a workmate. We gathered in the Apprentice Restaurant where I work, a truly terrific place to dine. We (and that’s a royal we because I have nothing to do with it really) sure do turn out some wonderful chefs and waiting staff. I’d never make a food photographer but these really did taste even better than they looked.
Like good children we left nothing on our plates except the cutlery.
Good luck with your new job, Pip.
Coming home I stopped to take a photo through the windscreen (they are drops of rain you can see) just because I like the sign. I always think if ever I get a seal I will know where to bring it for repairs. What causes the reflection of the digging man sign? I stopped again and took another photo the following night but the rain was heavier and I could hardly see the sign.
You’ll have to look at the presentations from the rest of the team if you want to see night action shots. You’ll find them here.