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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 …
... creatures and birds. We were able to finally name and recognise a number of the these. One day we took a trip on the cable car from the city centre to the top of the botanical gardens. The views over Wellington were quite lovely. We enjoyed a pleasant downhill walk through some truly beautiful flowers and trees before emerging in the political district of Wellington. There are ...
... I wasn't keen on collapsing on on top of.
I had had a comical time in Sydney Airport on my six hour layover (what I really mean is the most awful time imaginable) when I noted it would cost me $15 for eight pieces of sushi (bring back the $1.50 gimbahp), not that I desired it at all, but still. What I really preferred to go for was the $7.50 pie, which broke my heart but I still did it. Because well, it's a pie, and I hadn't had one in about four years. The comical ...
... other administrative/financial matters. Some things just have to wait until my return home in February.
This being an earthquake zone, many public buildings have been seismically upgraded. Displays at the Central Library and the Parliament Buildings show how the buildings have been "isolated" from their bases by inserting "base isolators" made from rubber and bearings. More info: ...
... a passing old lady who remarked she had never seen anything so cute... Aha. I smiled. After lunch and some sunbathing, I decided to go back to Te Papa, the museum we visited when we were here last so I could do the top floor, one we missed last time. It turns out the top floor was massive and I somehow ended up spending three hours in there! It was all about the history of New Zealand, focusing on how society and the ...