Wellesley Boutique Hotel
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... for various drinks. Her apartment was right in the city centre so close to everything we needed. On the Saturday we took a (slightly hungover) walk up Mount Victoria to see the views of the city & were lucky enough to have great sunny weather for it as it had been raining there nearly all week! Our friend Jason we met in Perth joined us and took a walk down Oriental Parade and by the harbour. Another night on the town followed after ...
... weekend Debbie and I will go somewhere different for a hot chocolate or coffee (anywhere really to thaw out our freezing cold hands).
After braving the journey home, I arrived to find out that the bedsheet I’d hung on the line earlier had actually blown away. It wasn’t even in the garden, it had just vanished. As mean as it was, I did have a bit of a giggle imagining it wrapping round a random pedestrian like a mummy…bloody Windy ...
... exhibition. The decorations and posters were of primary school standard but it was nonetheless an informative experience, and looking back perhaps it was aimed at and also designed by school kids. 35 minutes well spent however. As the weather drew nearer we passed a seal colony, all sorts of different birds and the same woman about six times as Ali stopped to take photos and then we overtook her again. The pace quickened as it started raining and after about 4 and a half hours we made ...
... 8220;The pilot told me to just follow the plane in
front for our approach, but a bit before we landed the he said ‘Well, I reckon
I ought to land the plane myself.’”
Also airline-related, we flew Air New Zealand (which as far
as I could tell does not allow passengers to participate in flying) here from
Hawaii. Its safety video this year features Sports Illustrated swimsuit models
-- with a cameo by a well-preserved ...
... on the southern tip of north island. In the light of day, we liked it much better! Phew! This morning, we all hopped on a bus ( our last bus trip) and took a ride around Wellington which is built on all these steep hills surrounding the huge bay. These hills are only about 125 years old and were created by earthquakes. So people have all these houses sitting relatively precariously on the sides of hills which seems awfully foolish to me! They have earthquakes all over NZ all ...