Farmers' Corner at Ashburton

We visited the Farmers' Corner at Ashburton.

You can see the manuka honey in the picture. 

That's the picture of the alpaca which stood tall.


Simply love to touch those smooth skin.


Things that I bought from the farmers corner..
Bought these for my girl.

That's the rugby kiwi keychains.

the manuka honey


the honey drops


Comments

  1. well first I just wanna say I'm surprised
    with the changes here at your blog
    I thought i was redirected to other site haha

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  2. manuka honey huh, sounds sweet and tasty
    and if that so, I will surely like it

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  3. and there's candy version too, i think second
    one seems better. I supposed such brand was famous there

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    1. You will get to taste the honey drops soon..

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  4. that flushie you got for your girl was really cute as well
    as that key chains and alpacas
    as for the furniture it seems soft and comfy with that kind
    of cloth

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  5. have a great day and happy bloggin wenn
    take the best of care and god bless you always

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  6. Wow! Your blog has a new look. I thought I came to the wrong blog, hahaha. Alpaca fleece seems to be popular in New Zealand and Australia.

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  7. manuka honey, alpaca, furs, keychains, plush toys and honey drops.. hmmm, looks like you've been enjoying the shopping inside this shop huh?? bet they are goodness directly from the farmers.. :)

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    1. and they directly gave us the tax return..

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  8. Not bad sau wok! The manuka honey must be very pure here...

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    1. yes, indeed. I love the taste..

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  9. Manuka honey drops... looks tasty and sweet

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  10. I saw new background... with whitey snow!

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  11. Sometimes travel don't have to shop for clothing and food all the time. Like yours here, browsing some local farmer's product which I feel is more appropriate.

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  12. Haiyo the rubi kiwi keychains is so cute! and the soft toys you bought for your girl is very sweet indeed.

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  13. Oh that set of fur bedsheet must be very expensive. Didn't suit our weather here.

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    1. they are so soft and smooth to touch..

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  14. Did you buy any manukka honey home?

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    1. My fren highly recommend to take n keep manukka honey at home. Said can evrn be put on burn wound. Will recover without scar.

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    2. yes and I'm drinking it every morning..nice..

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  15. Wow! You bought so many things from NZ.

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  16. You must have a very interesting trip.

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  17. New layout? Not bad not bad!

    The things you got for your girls are so cute, sure very fluffy!

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    1. thanks..
      yea, she likes fluffy stuff.

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  18. The stuffs you bought for your girl and keychains and nice and cute...

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  19. Wish i had a honey drop in front of me now, lol...

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  20. You bought lovely gifts!! Their manuka honey is the best to cure nagging and persistent coughs. Just drink with hot water and honey! Bingo!

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  21. I used to own a sheep skin too and they are good to lie down on. Doctors say that those wools could prevent bed sores on the bed ridden patients.

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  22. I was fascinated by this Alpaca animal and had to google about them. They are real and very cute!!

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  23. I wonder how much cheaper this manuka honey could be in NZ as they are the most expensive ranges in Malaysia from RM80 and above.

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