Lookout Point B and B
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... the ship if I keep up this lifestyle. Anyhoo after 13 hours flying, 1 beer and way too much fish and chips I was "nackered" (that is some weird kiwi term for exhausted) so I was in bed by 8:30. Weirdly though both Pierre and I did wake up once about 1:30 and were feeling a little dizzy and disorientated and I said it's because we are upside down and our bodies needed to recalibrate to the Southern Hemisphere....LOL
Wednesday morning ...
... and would have meant a long walk (which our legs didn't fancy), a short drive (we didn't have a car) or a bus ride (which we'd have had to pay for). We had seen enough, so got the free shuttle back into town and were dropped at Canada Place, a hub of activity at the north of downtown, although the reasons for its popularity were mystifying as there didn't seem to be anything much to do there! We had intended seeing Chinatown, which ...
... says the halfway sign is ‘the worst effing sign she’s ever seen’.
I’m very glad for my giant water bottle and bag of popcorn, and so lucky I had the foresight to bring a plastic bag to go inside my rucksack for my valuables. I’m soaked through. A river of water starts flowing down the trail. Somebody tells me the first half is the worst half, and I’m buoyed by that thought as I continue. ...
... it was probably a good thing as unfortunately we lost, even though Rooney scored his first (and probably last) World Cup goal.
We strolled back to the hotel and spent a couple of hours packing and getting ready for our early departure tomorrow. To finish off the evening we went back down to the lobby bar and had some amazing tuna and salmon sashimi at the Sushi bar washed down with Marlborough Sauvignon blanc. ...
... multi-lane highway. There is an incident on the highway, with a car stopped in the middle lane. The bus stops too, and we watch a young man carrying the body of a dog across three lanes to deposit it on the sidewalk. The dog is obviously dead or dying from the size of the puddle of blood beside his head. The bus driver gets on the phone for a while, probably reporting the incident, before we carry on.
The bus takes us right into the park and leaves us close ...