Bay Of Many Coves
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- Swimming pool
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... upside down in the ditch. Some road workers had set up the accident signs and I speculated on whether the driver had survived to tell the tale. The fact we then met some good fifteen minutes later three police cars, a fire engine and an ambulance indicated perhaps that all was not well. However as this was likely the only excitement for a while the police flashing lights was probably just a case of boys and their toys playing fast cars! Let's hope so. Update: Driver walked away with a ...
Today was the final day of the championship and the pressure was on to take the lead with only 1 point separating Queensland from Victoria.
Royal Wellington was the course where it was to be decided.
Rusty got the impression this was one of those courses where "visitors" are not very welcomed. There was lack of signage so it was easy to get lost from tee to tee and no hole diagrams on each tee to show where the hole ...
... rare kakariki.
We decided to stay just north of Wellington, pretty much in a motel car park for campervans with facilities which was perfect as the bus stop was just 5 minutes away, and a 20 minute ride to the city. Having done our washing we headed for the bus and went for a wander, finding the evening market in Cuba Street lined with stalls selling ...
... cabbage, peas and roast sweet potatoes, which was very nice. We had a very nice evening sharing stories and Juliet kindly offered to show us around the following day. 27th February - We met Juliet at 9am and she took us to the Wetta Caves, the studio where Lord of The Rings, King Kong and The Hobbit were made. We saw the detailed prosthetics and props from the films as well as a few lifelike models of the characters. Next we went to the botanical ...
Next stop Wellington but I wanted to see the Nature reserve at Mount Bruce en route as there would be no other window available. So arriving in time for a coffee before we joined the guided talk. As there were several through out the day I'd be hard pushed to remember which came first but I think it was the rare lizard Tuatara which we watched being fed a live locust and then having a spray bath! The centre is at the forefront of rescuing the endangered species of NZ with ...