Aitken on Mulgrave
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Da wir mit dem Tongariro Crossing schon um 14:30 fertig waren, beschlossen wir noch am gleichen Tag die etwa 300km bis nach Wellington zu fahren. Die Fähre zur Südinsel haben wir für Mittwoch gebucht, so dass wir 3 Tage Zeit hatten um die Stadt ein wenig zu erkunden, das Internet bei Mc Donalds auszunutzen und ein wenig anderen Kram zu erledigen.
Wellington erwies sich als eine schöne –wenn auch dem Spitznamen ...
... lunch and we caught up on past and present news. It's pretty amazing that there is a whole family on the other side of the world (with weird accents!); it was very brave of Margaret and Alan to emigrate in the 1950s - getting a 6 week boat for $10 with two babies. After lunch Dave and Graham went to the car museum whilst Christine and Irene gave Sara a tour of where they grew up. A local saying is that "you can't beat Wellington on a good day" which we discovered on ...
... only a recording, but still freaked us out.
After the museum it was already late so we walked back in the hope of picking up dinner on route. No-where in the centre seemed to be open apart from a few bars. We’re sure Wellington has a good restaurant scene somewhere, but it’s certainly not in the city centre. Finally we ended up with a McDonalds as it was the only place we could find open.
J & N
... The wind was too strong to be outside on the deck for more than 10 minutes. But they make great burgers there and you can watch a movie about bees or nazis. :D
We end up in Wellington backpackers Dwellington, building which used to be a New Zealand Institute of Economic Research and that's it. We did not catch anything else today.
... 5 years around North, Central and South America. We were both heading into the city, me to find my hostel, him to find his host for the night, so we teamed up. We walked along the harbour and watched the pastel colours developed as the sun set, chatting away and each enjoying some English company! It was a great introduction to Wellington.
We exchanged details and went our separate ways. At the hostel I dumped my stuff ...