Astelia Apartment Hotel
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... events, animals and geography of early New Zealand to the present day.
We spent most of the day at the museum, then shopped for some supplies, and caught up with the washing.
Tonight we are going to eat out at a Vietnamese Restaurant on the recommendation of our host at the motel.
Tomorrow we leave for Napier. The weather forecast for Friday and the weekend is looking very favourable
Cheers Alan & Narelle
... stainless steel mesh fence with a semi-circle cap on top has been built over a 6 month period, at a cost of slightly more than $2M. We went to visit this area yesterday as well as participated in a "night walk" to see Kiwis who are nocturnal. We got to see one, that was pretty neat. Also saw a species of duck which are terrestrial and are also endangered (less then 300 in the world).
Wellington is a very hilly city, and windy.It reminded me of Vancouver, but on a smaller ...
... round went to pick up a hungover Claire to meet a slightly hung over Lisa to do a cheeky 8k run in Belmont Park was lovely. Got back then woke Lozza up with a flat white then back to meet Claire in town. We ended up going to Wellington City Gallery and it was pretty amazing. The gallery which was on was interactive so you could play and touch things. There were huge inflatables which you ran around and these chicken things you wobbled. BUT the best thing was this giant bean bag ...
... then met up with them again in the same pub last night. One drink turned into a night I'm not willing to document on here. It was a lot of fun.
We're both actually really enjoying our jobs (especially the aspect of them that allows us to have so much time off...). My contract is up at the end of August and I'm not sure what I'm going to be doing after that. I would like to stay in Wellington because I love it here so much, but ...
... When we reached the town Hawera, we realized that Mount Egmont was covered in clouds. We decided to keep going to a visitor center near the base of the Mountain called Dawson Falls. The last few kilometers of the drive was on a very windy and narrow road, with forest walls on either side of the road. Natalie was just hoping that no one was coming the other direction, because it would be pretty hard to avoid them! On this road, we even saw a hawk ...