Aitken on Mulgrave
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... whatsoever, they were
designed by an - obviously looney - designer from.. Holland, maybe.
They incorporated old glass bottles, strange artwork and randomly
placed objects and I would say it was worth a visit - particularly if
you're in need.
Whilst up north, we visited the Waitangi Treaty Grounds. This is where the
document between the invading Brits and the helpless locals was
signed in agreement that they would cut out the savaging and be a bit
... but, screaming? Lots of yelling and stupidness. After 20 minutes, the security guard showed up and proceeded to help no one...Then the 15 year old "manager" showed up and also had nothing to add. I'm laying in my bottom bunk listening to this rediculous yelling and ineffective appeasment and finally, I got up. "Look, obviously, they cant be in the same room, get one a new room and everyone shut the hell up, it's 2am, go to sleep". Who's the old bag in this story? My bunkmate ...
... industries. It is most famous for the filming of the Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Avatar, King Kong and District 9 but has been involved in the making of 180 other films. Unfortunately we couldn't take photos whilst inside the workshop but we got to see a lot of the original weapons and costumes that were used in the films. They explained how they go from hundreds of designs for an individual item such as a sword, ...
... 8217;s books aimed at five year olds at the time of writing.
When I left university six years ago (isn’t that frightening?!) I had this dream of travelling by train around Europe, otherwise known as Inter-railing. But the fact I was a broke graduate with an entry level minimum wage job and could barely afford to pay rent, let alone travel, I never really thought it would happen.
So before tackling the Dutch job market *eeeep* ...
Yesterday I arrived in Wellington by bus. Murray (our tour leader) welcomed me at the bus station and we joined the other members of the group consisting of 7 students from Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Japan and Germany. First we went to the hostel. Later on we took the bus for the Weta Cave Workshop tour. We learned how the film industry does prepare all ...