I was getting off the ferry then boom I hear this big shock of thunder, what was that? Then it started to snow it was like this big cloud came and went, suddenly it was gone, it was so unrealistic . Then we headed off.
As we came out of Picton our next stop was Murchie, at Murchie they had a shack full of lollies they had all the lollies you could get, I was in heaven. We got our morning tea which was spring rolls, they were so good I wanted another one but we were out Murchie by the time, we keeped on heading to Greymouth untill we came to lunch time which was 1.00. we stoped at Refton which is one of the smallest towns inNew Zealand, but has the biggest skate park inNew Zealand. Finally we came into Greymouth. On the way in to Greymouth you could see the Big grey river which comes from Greymouth and in to the Southern Alps and let’s not forget you could see so much mines.You couldn’t seePikeRivermine but you could see the breidge that went into the mine, oh well.
We were a little bit late for the graduation but we made it in time to see my brother,Ambrose he got his envelope and his photo taken, after everybody got there photo and there stuff done,everybody headed over to the shack that was nearby the hall of the graduation. There was so much stuff in the shack like, rockclimbing walls, river rafter booats ,kyaks and lots more.
Everybody had a few drinks and some snacks, then everybody who was in the outdoor ed class had to stand up and give away presents to each other. I don’t know why its just a thing that they do. After awhile, when everything was done and over at the shack all the people who were there went to the next town from Greymouth, Pairora. We went there because there was a pub there. We had dinner and talked to some people like , my brothers friends and some of his teachers . My mum, Ambrose and I went of to picton unforunately. My mum and I missed the bluebridge ferry so we had to go on the Interislander ferry wich my brother was going on.
We had three hours to spare before we went on the ferry. For about two hours we played mini-golf and unfortunately my brother won and I lost. Then was time to go over to the Interislander station and about half an hour later we left. We went past Queen Charlotte’s sound and other different islands. On he ferry there was a really big playground you were supposed to be five years and under but I still went on the playground and had fun. It was about ten o’clock at night when we got toWellingtonharbour. The ferry came to a stop with a pop and the night was gloomy.