Sunday Star-Times - Sunday Magazine - - SEX ADVICE, ROBYN SALISBURY -

a Mon­day or Tues­day thing, we’ll just see how it goes with the trade.

Martina: I’ve got two dogs as well, so we love to go to Wil­son Bay, on the way to Glenorchy. It’s a dif­fer­ent type of beach. The water’s def­i­nitely cold but be­cause it’s peb­bles and crys­tal-clear water, it’s pretty amaz­ing just to sit there and watch it all, and my kids love to col­lect drift­wood and peb­bles.

There are a lot of bike trails, and we’re do­ing lots of ran­dom things – there’s the gon­dola, we go there ev­ery sec­ond or third week, the kids just love it – and Ar­row­town walks are beau­ti­ful… We don’t re­ally strug­gle with mak­ing plans on the week­ends at the mo­ment.

[To un­wind] I re­ally ap­pre­ci­ate yoga, I do reg­u­lar yoga, and that’s my med­i­ta­tion. I can’t med­i­tate on my own but yoga does that for me. And I do like baths, I’m a bath per­son, for sure. I could be in there for an hour, easy.

Sunny: For me per­son­ally, once we’re open I’m go­ing to book my­self in for a mas­sage, an all-day spa, ba­si­cally. I’m a bit of a gardener, that’s prob­a­bly my med­i­ta­tion – gar­den­ing. There’s some­thing ther­a­peu­tic about get­ting your hands dirty, weed­ing, turn­ing over soil, watch­ing things grow and be­ing out­doors among it all. But we’re just rent­ing a house at the mo­ment, un­til we fig­ure out where we’re go­ing to live, and it’s pretty unin­spir­ing weed­ing some­one else’s gar­den, so I’ll have to opt for go­ing to the Onsen pools in­stead.

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