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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 …
... br> Having arrived at the port on time (despite the breath test episode) we then waited for well over an hour before boarding which was a right pain.
The camper van in front of us had the most brilliant number plate on it - I just had to take a pic to share with you......
Anyway once on board - a very nice cooked breakfast.
The sun was just coming up as we set sail from Wellington harbour.
The weather was good and the sea calm - ...
... 2.19. We now also believe that the locals who sign the roads are competing with the Scots on being thrifty, as the line markings are hard to fathom – single dotted centre line completely around absolutely blind bends! They must just be trying to save paint costs, as there is no other logical reason for this dangerous type of road marking. We were also mystified about their restaurants, generally not promoting their local produce – sheep are ...
... shape of the whole North Island.The head of the fish, in Māori thinking, is the sweetest part.Modern archaeology has confirmed that sites found in the Palliser Bay area of south Wairarapa, along the southern Wellington coastline and on Kapiti Island are some of the oldest recorded sites in New Zealand, dating back some 650 years.
... Zealand, Wellington sits on a picturesque harbour and manages to be quaint and small-feeling whilst also having tall buildings, a business district and many people in suits. One sunny evening everyone under 30 seemed to be out exercising in the harbour after work, beautiful fit tanned people rowing, kayaking, swimming, paddle boarding. It looked like a utopia and was frankly quite creepy.
The highlight of our stay was probably the Weta Cave which is ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuest Atrium Wellington
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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