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... and tried to spot other native birds amongst the trees. It would be really good if I actually could recall any of the birds that we spotted but unfortunately my mind has gone blank and I can’t remember any of the names. Debbie and I were probably the worst birdwatchers in the world, mostly because we were too loud and I only had one contact lens in so I was doing a mad one eyed bandit routine every time I heard something in a vague bid to work out what ...
... everything closed at 12 as it was Easter Sunday! Who knew Easter wasn't just about chocolate and an excuse for a four day bender? The next day it was back on the bus to go to Taupo, a place we had been before but this time staying at a new hostel so felt a bit different! We arrived late in the day so went for a walk around the lake and a kick about before back to the hostel and getting to know the guys on the kiwi bus a bit better. Ali entered into a beer pong competition teaming ...
... we got stuck behind a school group of about 100 children, the cable car (more like a tram) was great. From the top (home of the Botanical gardens) we got a great view of Wellington, and learnt a little bit about the 100 year old cable cars in a mini museum. We also visited the Carter Observatory while we were at this high point. It was a fairly standard space museum, but it did had a really good exhibition about space tourism and a fantastic planetarium, where we watched ...
... in the Hutt Valley, and as a young fella hitting the clubs and pubs with mates. I even remember going to a few concerts in our nations capital too.
To kill a bit of time, Jules and I hopped on a bus into the city center and then went for a walk along the water front until my back gave out and we had to call a cab. We travelled to Te Papa Tongarewa, Museum of New Zealand, and wow.....what an incredible building both inside and out. There is a lot ...
... in the brilliant beautiful sunshine through the glorious mountains alongside the small river streams that had been formed by the mountains and glaciers of years before.
23rd -24th March 2014
A history making day today as it was our first run in 7 months, and it was a spectacular one. The scenery along the lake front and down along the dirt track was incredible. Lined with mountain after mountain we agreed that we would never have such a spectacular view ...
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