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Today Janine leaves us so we all go off for a walk around Wellington and a brekky in the trendy part of Wellington before we head back up to the Unit.
We say goodbye to Janine and we have a free wine and cheese platter in our hotel.
Of course it was not free, it was $10.00 a glass of really bad wine (we had a great laugh) and went on …
This morning on the way to the airport we stopped to see my Aunt's nephews, Quinn and Blake. Then we flew to Wellington which is the capitol of New Zealand. After we checked into our hotel, we walked to Tommy Million's for pizza and gelato. I wanted pizza because I passed my multiplication on Xtra Math and I was missing the class pizza party. Then …
Wellington is the capital city of New Zealand. It sits near the southern tip of North Island, on the Cook Strait. It is a compact and cheerful city with colourful timber houses, a working harbour, promenade, a sunny and mild, though sometimes rather windy climate and plenty of artistic and cultural activities on offer. Here are ten of Wellington's top attractions:
Museum of New Zealand Te Papa ...
... up due
to the rain simply added to the effect.
Carrying on with our hot mud theme, we headed to Taupo. The area pretty much
revolves around all that thermal stuff, so other than visiting all
those things, we visited the Huka Falls (big ass waterfall and fast
flowing river), a bee farm and a couple of other little places. We
also found the natural hot spring spa. This is literally a river full
of hot water that you can just sit in. The bit near the river ...
... by history. Our drive out of town was actually fairly hectic, which is a first for us in New Zealand, as we picked the beginning of rush hour to navigate the precipitation. We stopped in at the supermarket before checking into a very pleasant little motor inn on the outskirts of Wellington, putting on a wash and cooking dinner. A french guy, who is staying here with is girlfriend, was hard at work in the lounge. It seems that he has his own fishing channel on ...