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... early 1930s has left a remarkable city of Art Deco buildings which is there for us all to enjoy today. Lots of the shops sell vintage goods and there is an Art Deco weekend every year around the time of the earthquake in February.
There. were a host of other things to enjoy at MTG.
Whetu Tirikatene was the first Maori MP to be pregnant in parliament. She was a feminist trailblazer in many other ways and also a fashion icon. There is an exhibition ...
... to Napier the next morning and come back the following week. On the way to Napier the landscape is mountainous and barren' due to heavy logging industry, with whole hillsides laid bare. We stopped at the Taraweira Hotel, once a grand place for stopping until it burned down, now a nice little cafe in the mountains. Richard went off to the loo and suddenly the earth moved...literally!!!! It felt a bit like a fairly gentle roller coaster with up and down ...
... as the servings are small. They are permanently stationed at Horizons or the Riviera bar that serves pies, chips & other rubbish. Most of them don't leave the ship. Garry says it's like going on holidays at a nursing home.
We are heading for Wellington. Despite the grumbles, we are really enjoying New Zealand. I didn't know that Abel Tasman found & named New Zealand before Captain Cook discovered Australia. Hence the name & the Tasman ...
... who got rich in the end. It's a beautiful sunny day and walking around this amazing place is delightful, of course there are the many souvenir shops, most of them jewelry, sheryl managed to find a shop and jewelry which took her eye so we left her and Charlie haggling over a price for it and went back to the ship for lunch. The train ride tour up to the white pass summit in the afternoon was tremendous. The commentary on the way up was so interesting ...
... that you would get married. They had the cutest little doggy too! The third vineyard was lovely they had this huge water feature out side and a another cute dog! Here we sat outside and had a cheese board which Meg was very happy about. The desert wine here was lovely so we treated ourself to a cheeky ...