Number 11 Hay Street

11 Hay Street, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand | B&B
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A Shortcut to Mushrooms

A travel blog entry by nbinette04


... had fun recreating this scene with another girl on the tour. We also saw where Orcs took down trees from Fanghorn forest, and found out the secret that it was actually only one tree that was hinged to the ground that kept on being put up and down!

We then headed to Hutt River which was where Aragorn washes up after falling from the cliff in the Two Towers. Jeffrey played the part of Aragorn beautifully (see pictures).

Next, it ...

Bring on the Boyacks

A travel blog entry by smythadventures


... into genealogy, and had even reached out to my grandfather when he was alive to learn about the American Boyacks. Now I could not even begin to write out how Colomba and I are related, so I have attached a handy, and VERY basic family tree to this blog.

When we get back to Wellington, sometime in the spring, Columba is going to rally the troops, and have a big Boyack dinner, so I can meet even more of my Kiwi kin. Everyday, I ...

New Zealand - Wellington

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... I enjoyed being in the gardens a lot. Inside of the Begonia House most flowers were just blossoming so I felt completely swallowed by beautiful colors and pleasant natural aroma. However, I can imagine that Gonzalo's mum had to love that place because she likes plants and she practices gardening back in Chili. She knew names of most of the plants being grown in the gardens. I was glad that we managed to show her a place that she was apparently enjoying very much.

From ...

Change of scene

A travel blog entry by pandora205


After an evening chilling in Kimbolton (near Palmerston North), I followed the Nav Man through yet more uncharted terratory and eventually reached Wellington, New Zealand's capital. It's an unusual city, spread over several hills and along the coast, and reputed to be the windiest in NZ. I can certainly vouch that the ...

Wellington again

A travel blog entry by john-and-anne


... sitting comfortably watching with interest as we drove past our previous location on the harbour front and of course the famous harbour camper van camp site as well. We got off by the information centre and followed directions to Te Papa.

We walked through the civic centre courtyard and across a wooden bridge spanning the harbour dual carriageway, and arrived in a waterside park beside the museum. We've taken a number of photos of the wooden bridge, both off it and on it ...


This B&B, located on 11 Hay Street, Wellington, is near TheNewDowse, Percy's Reserve, Tunnel Gully, and White Heron Sanctuary.
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