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... could ask for, entertainment, great atmosphere. I love it.
I've been slowly getting back into normal routines (as much as is possible!) and have been taking Spanish lessons and starting rock climbing again. Looking forward to getting some outdoor climbing done as summer comes! Anyway, I have to go, meeting friends for brunch (or I guess by the time we get there it's essentially lunch now...)
Love to everyone at home xxxx
... meters in height and has being prominent in Wellingtons skyline since 1932. I also saw the tomb of the unknown warrior, it is the tomb of a warrior who is one of almost 30,000 New Zealanders who perished while serving their country in war. the warrior is a casualty from the first world war and nothing is known about him. he was awarded war medals and on armistice day, the 11th ...
... so greymouth was well and truly a wash out! I have now been in Franz Josef for a couple of days. Today I ran a totally of 17km up to the glacier mouth and round the mountains with my iPod rolling and for the most part the sun shining with only a few cooling showers. I was so engrossed with the view coming down from the glacier that I didn't even realise I had been listening to the same song on repeat by mistake for over half an hour! Myself and 4 others have planned a ...
GR: After the day of walking yesterday, I was surprisingly unstiff the next morning when we left National Park en route to Wellington. The morning view of the mountains we had walked across was stunning as we packed up the bus. There was a lot of driving again today to get to the capital city but Chris had a couple of treats for us on the way...
Ohakune is a small town in the shadows of Mount Ruapehu, which is famous in the winter for the best skiing ...
- Carter Observatory. It is the longest-serving national observatory (since 1977). Carter's name commemorates Charles Rooking Carter, who gifted £2,240 from his estate to the Royal Society of New Zealand to establish an astronomical observatory in Wellington for the benefit of the people of New Zealand. The observatory was opened in 1941.
- Dominion Observatory. The building was opened in 1907 as the Hector Observatory in honor of ...