At Cape Kidnappers Golf Course I meet people from all around the world! About half our play during the day are international guests from Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America in countries such as Germany, Canada, Sweden, France, Ireland, South Africa, Japan, China, and the United States. Whether our guests stay at Cape Kidnappers’ Lodge or are just in for a day visit we always build a relationship with them. We listen to their exciting travels, and adventures throughout New Zealand and across the world. We may be from different countries and in some cases speak a different language, but we are all here because we have something in common. Maybe it’s the golf course, the scenery, or the extraordinary feeling of adventuring into a different country. The other day there was a group consisting of two ladies and their husbands who were playing. I was fortunate enough to caddie for the two ladies and discovered one was an NC State alumnus and the other lady’s daughter was a current student at NCSU. I knew she was still a die-hard fan when she raised her hand high and presented the wolfpack sign with her fingers. It took me 10,000 miles and almost halfway across the globe to realize how small the world really is.