The All Blacks have made tentative plans for their summer holidays after this Rugby World Cup. Some will go bush, others will go deep-sea fishing, one will get married, and Aaron Cruden will finally get to Disneyworld.
Ali Williams is understood to be planning to marry fiancee Casey Green.
Injured playmaker Dan Carter is a keen fisherman, as is Israel Dagg and Jerome Kaino. Andrew Hore is likely to go pheasant-hunting with his mate Richie McCaw. A team get-together at Graham Henry's holiday home on Waiheke Island has also been mooted.
It was a different story in 1987, when the amateur players had to go straight back to work after their World Cup success.
Winger Craig Green has spoken of standing on a street corner in Christchurch waiting for a lift to the building site where he was working, wondering what all the fuss was about.