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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 …
... We got to our hostel around 12:30. The hostel was on a farm with loads of animals including alpacas and it was called Old McDonalds Farm! Everyone's childhood dream had come true! The hostel was more like a camp ground and we had 4 little cabins all with 3 or 5 beds in. I was in a 3 with Hannah and Teresa and it was literally a room in a field with 3 beds in. The others all got back around 14:00 having stopped more on the way which was just in time as we were getting picked up at ...
We were very lucky to do quite a few road trips through the North Island, so there was a lot of driving involved. We all took it turns in Kelly's very awesome lime green Beatle...... First time for me driving an automatic! Got the hang of it...eventually! Another place I wish we had more time in Wellington, as the city is pretty awesome. It reminded me very much of San Francisco and LA The ...
... in hindsight though not really that significant. We waited for the others and had a quick break before tackling Devil's Staircase. We had all started the walk in coats, huddies, long sleeves and leggings. By Soda Springs we were down to t-shirts and if we could have taken leggings/thermals off we would have. Devil's Staircase was brutal. Peggy had powered up ahead and halfway up Paul, James and I had a short break at which point we all said there was no way we could climb Mount ...
... which we experienced in a kayak in Milford Sound, so it was nothing to experience it in a huge ferry), and even enjoyed a cocktail and snack in the lounge. The lounge was the most promising place to settle in for the 3 hour ride, as it 1.) sold alcoholic beverages, and; 2.) kids weren't allowed to be there. It was blissful.
Once arriving in Wellington, we made our way to where we are staying the next two nights. We are in an Airbnb ...