Getting romantic, but need photo

JO MOIR
Last updated 05:00 11/02/2012
DAILY NEWS ONLINE

Taranaki Daily News reporter Jo Moir is going the extra mile to find out about the local dating scene.

Taranaki Daily News reporter Jo Moir
ANDY JACKSON/ Fairfax NZ
PICK ME: Taranaki Daily News reporter Jo Moir is on a quest to find eligible bachelors.

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Taranaki on a Date hit the ground running yesterday and the romantic gestures are rolling in.

But Taranaki's top blokes failed when it comes to reading their instructions.

The detail most are missing is a photo.

Ideal Taranaki dating ideas have so far included lots of activities on the Coastal Walkway, including scootering, cycling and painting.

There has been an invite to the Sentry Hill winery tour, the Festival of Lights and a walking tour of some of New Plymouth's more "romantic" locations.

The highlight was details of a second date, providing the invitation was accepted, which includes taking a boat out fishing or jet skiing.

Details of when and where the first date will be can be found at www.taranakidailynews.co.nz on Monday.

In the meantime, boys, keep sending in those creative date ideas.

Email jo.moir@dailynews.co.nz. And don't forget that photo!

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