It’s time for Viarni’s fantasy date and they get to go an a boat, I think it’s a yacht but I’m no sailor so this isn’t guaranteed.
It’s a sweet date, and they drink wine between grape vines. They don’t have the intensity of him and Lily, it’s a different, a kind of more comfortable relaxed happiness.
Zac said he can easily see a life with Viarni, but he is worried people will think it’s because she’s the safer option. That’s literally what I was thinking, so yeah he should be worried.
Viarni chooses to follow her heart and her gut, so she denies the chance to stay the night.
Claudia arrives at the vineyard, and Zac takes her in a helicopter. She makes it pretty clear from the start she will be spending the night.
Zac thinks it is too good to be true, and is suspicious he’s missing something.
They get a private chef for the night, which is quite a romantic idea I guess. I always get worried when other people cook my dinner because I’m fussy and get scared they’ll put in something gross like cheese or hair.
“One of my mates used to baby sit you,” Zac tells Claudia, and it’s quite awkward.
I wonder if Zac feels a bit like a baby sitter?
She said that she will stay the night and see how it goes, but Zac tells her he’s not comfortable putting her in that position. It’s sweet of him to let her down slowly.
It’s the rose ceremony, which would have me full of butterflies, but we know Claudia’s going home so it feels like a bit of a waste.
Claudia is sobbing, Zac is struggling to hold back his tears, and even I’m watering a little.
“It’s not about who I can live with, it’s about who I can’t live without,” said Zac.
Also, I read an article about Zac’s dog Chief. If I knew about this dog, I would have applied. It’s so fluffy.