Wellesley Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Evening to everyone back home - it is almost 8am here on Wednesday morning as we type this from the 5th level of the Bluebridge ferry which will take us from Wellington on the North Island to Picton on the South Island to start our 2 week adventure in that section of New Zealand. We are starting to realise how quickly the time flies when you are doing something like this and can't believe we have already finished with the North Island and around half of the honeymoon in total! ...
... Papa Museum is massive and probably requires a full day all on its own to get through. Unfortunately Jill and I only had a few hours to spend there, so we knew we would have to narrow our focus. We are both very interested in learning about the Maori culture while on this trip, so we decided to start on the "Social History" floor, which includes a huge Maori section featuring carvings, a marae (meeting house) and other structures, weavings, weapons, ...
... What is more, the trip is as much about the journey as the destination. When you take the ferry across the Cook Strait you will see why many people call this the most beautiful ferry ride in the world.
The Wonderful White Sand of the Abel Tasman National Park
Thursday 23rd April, Wellington, Day Four of our cruise,
Last night we turned on the television briefly and heard the news about Sydney's storms. This is the first news since we have heard since leaving home, and we were amazed to hear about the awful weather and loss of life, and also that a cruise ship could not dock because the harbour had been closed. This must have been the storm that followed us from Sydney, and that ...
... little town of Bulls for some lunch (good old Pies, two for a price). Named after a guy who opened a one bedroom hotel with the surname of Bull. As the name is really the only thing to boast about here they have really run away with the puns with the likes of 'delect-a-bull' for cafes, 'relieve-a-bull' for the toilets, 'const-a-bull' for the police station and 'social-a-bull' for the town hall, you get the idea. Driving into Wellington was actually ...