Aitken on Mulgrave
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... at the cold damp earth and turned to Tanehokahoka and said, “Yes, I will.”
The brothers were very happy because this little bird would save the trees. Tanemahuta said “Kiwi do you realise that if you do this, you will have to grow strong legs and lose your beautiful wings and colourful feathers so you blend in with the colour of the forest floor. You will not be able to return to the forest ...
... the 1900's and told the stories of the many shipwrecks which have occurred in the Cook Strait (the sea between the North and South islands). Next I visited Te Papa - Wellingtons national museum which covered six floors. I was in there around five hours it was amazing. There was a colossal squid, sections on Maori culture, a house you could stand in and feel what an earthquake would feel like, New Zealand history, zoology and the best one - Gallipoli: the scale of ...
A lie in, quick breakfast, go go go and just about checking out on time to avoid any extra charges that the hostel seemed keen to signpost with zero leniency. However we made it out so all was good. A short drive down the road to the local museum, showcasing an impressive set of Maori exhibits though we were much more interests in a much more exclusive National Geographic Photograph gallery, that was one of only three left in Mew Zealand. As to be expected the photos ...
... and filled with period furniture.
This peak on the western edge of Wellington harbour is the highest point overlooking the strait and a walk to its summit provides some outstanding views.
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... a feel of being.. a Hobbit, I guess. It definitely would have been
nice to have longer in there to take in the big fire, the friendly
cat and the general atmosphere, but it was still a fun experience.
All in all, well worth the money! Also picked up my first ever hitch
hiker whilst there!
Next on the list was Rotorua. Here, we visited Rainbow Springs - a little
park full of proper NZ plants and also a fair few animals, most
importantly - the Kiwi. The ...