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We had hoped to stay another day or so on the South Island but with the Wellington to Auckland train only running 3 days a week this time of year (peak season ended last week) we had to make our move today. We had the10:30am ferry from Picton on the South Island to Wellington on the North. Be for disembarking we had one last walk around the marina …
... ship (also the last remaining ship to take immigrants to nz and convicts to Australia fyi) and I went to the little arthouse cinema that's in the aquarium so you know how it goes, go to see a film (remembrance if you're interested) then see a penguin. and now I am in Nelson, a great little city that prides itself on being artsy crafty. I look forward to getting to see as much as poss but for now I shall enjoy the open mic Johnny cash night that is going on in a local bar!jane ...
... enhanced by the list of free and interesting activities to be done. But given out tight schedule and bus timetables, we had to stick with just the one night. The only thing we could really do was stay about the hostel, as town was dead with the quakes - restaurants etc closed. Luckily for us, there was a quiz on in the hostel tonight - with free chip butties. Sold. So we went to the quiz and somehow managed to win it :) what was surprising was that the NZ question ...
... our friend Hannah who was meeting us in Auckland to spend the month travelling with us across this surprisingly spacious nation: A forgotten apple led to a humongous $400 fine. After this traumatic start, we spent a day or so in Auckland where we stayed at Hannah's friends' house. Whilst there, we took a trip up the tallest building in Auckland, the Sky Tower. From this panoramic viewpoint, we could see every corner of Auckland. After an evening where we failed to win ...
Instructions taken from the book "The Little Prince
" written by Antoine de Saint Exupery
It was then that the fox appeared.
"Good morning," said the fox.
"Good morning," the little prince responded politely, although when he turned around he saw nothing.
"I am right here," the voice said, "under the apple tree."
"Who are you?" asked the little prince, and added, "You are very pretty to look at."
"I am a fox," said the fox.
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