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... swing. She looked just beautiful in her dress and I helped her to lace up the back. Before we knew it, it was 2:45 and the taxi was about to arrive. We turned off the TV that was on in the background (a little bit of come dine with me!!) and made our way downstairs. The rain decided to pour down just as we got to the front of the hotel, but we borrowed an umbrella and managed to get Laura and her dress into the back of a taxi! As we got closer to the sky tower we saw ...
... Hobbiton, Mordor, Rivendell and Weta cave. 3. Scuba diving for the first time in the Great Barrier Reef- just incredible. 2. Animals! I've seen so many animals in the wild - seals, sea lions, penguins, turtles and dolphins. There's something amazing about walking up to a secluded beach full of seals that is far better than any zoo🐬🐢 1. So hard to pick a number 1, but I have to say the scenic helicopter flight over ...
... main tourist attractions, which sits prominently on the crater rim.
The museum offers three different packages:
- Kiwi Package: General Admission and Highlights Tour (NZD 40 p.p.)
- Tui Package: General Admission and Cultural Performance (NZD 45 p.p.)
- Moa Package: General Admission and Cultural Performance and Highlights Tour (NZD 55 p.p.)
... the cable car we walked back down to the city through the botanical gardens and rose gardens. Our next stop of the day was Old St Paul's cathedral which was built by European settlers on Maori land over 150 years ago. It was made completely from wood that is native to New Zealand and still stands in it's original location. We then headed on to Te Papa, New Zealand's national museum. The place was huge with 5 floors full of exhibits ranging from the native wildlife ...
... the winter gardens and Parnell with Cameron from CS and Tom who is back from his mini adventure! Cameron gave us a walking tour of the city and showed us heaps of hidden treasures! We made our way up to the lanterns festival to see the lanterns, live music and stalls before heading down to the pier to take in the evenings view and have a sneaky cocktail! :) A fab end to a fab week - I have not only survived my first week, I have thrived on it ...