Quest Atrium Wellington
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Friendly welcome and good location. The two rooms and amenities just what we need at a good price for two nights.
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The freezing wind blasts across Lake Taupo, whips the surface into flecks of white and drives waves onto the shore where I stand with hands buried in pockets, eyes streaming tears and ears burning with the coldness of it all. What a great start to the day. The lake under a clear sky and the mountains of Tongariro National Park more than 50km to the …
... was wild and wavy with strong winds and freezing cold so just took a few pictures and carried on. The road gets windy then and we made slow progress as there are few places to overtake. There were areas of snow on the verges and in the distance loads of snow Mount Ruapehu - we subsequently learnt that NZ is having one of its best skiing seasons ever. Needless to say we took time to stop for a snowball fight at the side of the road with Tom coming out on top as always ...
... every punter in Wellington rocked up for a wander. It was very green and full of a maze of walks that meandered across the forest floor and over the hilltops. We ended up managing to attract quite a crowd after spotting a native parrot at one of the bird feeders, which also meant of course we got the best photos! Kohe my flatmate had very kindly lent me his binoculars which meant we got really good views of some shags (birds, you numpty) nesting on the ...
... etc. A journey up Mount Victoria to the view point showed the spectacular landscape, and the planes scarily taking off and landing (us in two days time!) Then a stroll though the Botanic Gardens, enjoying the variety of landscapes and yet more vistas of the city.
More exploration tomorrow, and some culture too!
... left each other Emma hitched a free ride down in the gondala as we were reunited. A flashpackers dinner we cooked lamb steak with mash potato and veg, the best dinner yet, and an early night ready for Milford Sounds tomorrow.
22nd March 2014
An early morning wake up call for our voyage to Milford Sounds with the sun shining we headed out to the hills of the Remarkables. A very long day of driving but with the spectacular views and scenery we couldn't ...