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And so as the alarm sounded at 5.30am to start the day, so too our holiday began. getting everyone ready and assembled to catch the 6.30 shuttle to the airport would have us at the international terminal with plenty of time for checking and for the two kid-lets to thoroughly absorb all the comings and goings of the International Departure gate of …
Today was probably the toughest day so far. We packed up and were in the car before 8am as we had a long drive ahead of us -neatly 4 hours to Wellington. We had a quick picture with the 'giant carrot' just up the road from our departing accommodation and we hit the road. I have to say that even thought the journey was long, the passing landscape is …
Stunning day on leaving Martinborough at 9 and we only had an hour and half drive to get to Wellington so we meandered. The first little town was Featherstone and we filled with petrol, discovered a little proper bakery up a lane where we purchased some fabulous rye sourdough and maybe some more little delicacies for morning tea, well you never …
Ended up going to the Friday Night Markets for dinner last night and enjoyed calamari with chilli, Jamaican goat curry and Asian dumplings, quite a mix but the 'in' place to go for a nibbly session.
Today we walked and walked and then walked some more. Starting with going by Cable Car up to the top of Wellington and then walking down thru the …
... walk, as it was quite steep with lots of loose stones underfoot. Tiring, windier and hence much colder as we got higher up made these next views yet more stunning but satisfying to think we'd earned them. Some great poses (in my opinion) were taken alongside the usual effortless, amazing landscape snaps. Our lunch break was a couple of feet lower from the hugest point we reached finding a little bit of shelter from the wind. Without doubt our most spectacular ...