Sunday, April 22, 2007

Guess where

If you get the town right, I'll buy you a six pack of southern lager.


Anonymous Anonymous said...


6:36 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


6:41 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Since when did Dargy have a range of hills rising behind it, or a KFC?

It's self-evidently New Sefton, I'd say.

9:24 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Prolly London. Southeast. Trick question cos everyone assumes it's in NZ, right?

10:58 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

that last guy who made a comment is a FUCKIN dick

8:12 am  
Blogger Skyler said...

it's near some large windmills

9:15 am  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


11:45 am  
Blogger Skyler said...

ok, not in eyesight of windmills but within about 40kms of some (I think). We had an excellent Indian meal in this town (didn't part take in the KFC). Also, this town was settled by some northern Europeans....

2:13 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Woodville is warm...

3:04 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK... my next guess is Feilding!

Mike B

3:18 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

C'mon! Do those hills look like the fearsome bush-covered Ruahine Ranges?

3:31 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmmm... Well it's not the obvious choice for Scandinavians but according to Dannevirke, Eketahuna and Norsewood don't have KFCs... so... Levin?

How many tries do I get before I'm disqualified from the beers? Actually beer from back home is not so hard to come by anymore in Sydney, the place up the road has Monteiths on tap and you can even get Tui at the Rose (for $6 a can!!)

Mike B

3:48 pm  
Blogger Anne-Marie said...

That is Dannevirke. Those hills aren't the fearsome bush-clad Ruahines (bless 'em), they're prolly the hills to the east of Dannevegas out towards the coast.

There is a KFC in Dannevirke. Good Indian food though-- Surely not!

You can keep the beer but I'll accept chocolate, thanks.

Go the Black Caps!


1:03 am  
Blogger Skyler said...

Congrats Eugenie! It is Dannevirke! We went to the recently opened Indian/Thai restaurant which was run by a man from Delhi (brought over esp. to run it). It's in the old pub - imagine old nz pub decorated with opulent red and gold hand painted chairs and tables from India - very Raj. Strange juxtaposition.
Send us your address to arrange chocs!
Sorry Mike :( but thanks for the enthusiasm :-)

12:19 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh what! That will teach me for relying on Google rather than irreplaceable local knowledge...

6:42 pm  

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