Bay Of Many Coves
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... group of four lads, two of whom had North of England accents, arrived and were soon flying a quadcopter drone hundreds of metres above us. They had to extinguish their barbecue in a hurry when a local pulled up to tell them that there is a total fire ban in this area. Across the road, somebody was practising guitar incredibly loudly. The stars shone very brightly tonight and were so clear that, in two places, the distant ones blended together to form milky, nebulous ...
Team 'Katie and Evan'- We did lots of fun stuff on the North Island. Here are 2 fun things we did.
We went luging. Evan-We were originally going to go 2 times each, but 2 families gave us extra ride tickets so then my mom, Katie and I got to go 4 times. Emma and my dad got to go 3 times. The first time we went on the luge ride, we did the beginner level. We all agreed that the intermediate level was the best. Katie-I will tell you about the luge rides. The ...
... lounge. She was upset at confusing the system so she wrote an apologetic note explaining our error and put that in the key drop box. The Controller does have a softer side. The Interislander ferry is quite a big boy with lots of room inside and comfortable ( almost luxurious) seating. Being a large boat, the ferry took the "choppiness" in its stride. The scenery when entering Queen Charlotte Sound was totally stunning. ...
We woke in what was probably the most comfortable bed to date, namely Eileen's who had moved to the spare bedroom. The hire car was due back at 10 so we left Hazel doing a welcome clothes wash and went to drop it off. A while later we collected Hazel and headed into the city. First stop was Te Papa, the national museum. We visited the earthquake house, a mock up shack that shook like an earthquake to give you an insight. ...
... Wellington is an absolutely beautiful city, lots of character, lovely old buildings.
The beehive (Parliament buildings) tour was very interesting.
In addition, catching up with acquintances etc was good fun. I have met people who I have not seen for 50+ years.