Comfort Hotel Wellington
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All packed up, we embarked upon our journey south to Windy Wellington, or Welly as it's known to locals. Having harped on about it we stopped at a McDs to try a Kiwi Legend. Mmm... A meat pie with cheese in it. Not content with its calorific value, we added fries and drinks. The fries were useful to soak up the excess pie juice, which was OK. At …
... br> We stopped next at Levin where Karly had a toilet stop and I fueled up.
We were now only just over an hour from Wellington and it was still light.
My last stop for fuel was as went into Wellington so we could start with a full tank in the morning and we wouldn’t have to stop too soon after we got off the ferry. The pump attendant pointed out to me that the front passenger side tyre was low and so I checked them all and re-flared that one. It ...
... Being back home has been great and both last Saturday and yesterday, we watched the All Blacks ply England. Of course, seeing the build up and the haka bought back how much we have missed.
Sinead is well and working hard. She has had some promotions going through the radio station and has been very busy. Taryn is doing well in her exams and the last one was 98%. She is looking forward to a break in the school holidays so flies up to Auckland on Sunday for 5 ...
... to reverse the Fergburger effect). Met a couple of people in our hostel walking the whole of the South Island - takes about two and a half months - now that is a walk! Have to be pretty dedicated to take that on, we're not even sure if the Milnes could handle it! The next day we got picked up by Grant the friendly bus driver and arrived in the Mount Cook national park mid morning. Unfortunately the weather wasn't great so we couldn't actually see Mount Cook. There was so much ...
... tent and camping stove, and ate dinner in the last of the evening sun overlooking the river below. Our hearts sank as a group of 6 kayakers accompanied by a jetboat arrived to steal our paradise, the only people we had seen all day, but thankfully they loaded the kayaks onto the jetboat and left, and isolation returned.
The next day was another long 50km paddle. We had a lunch stop at a bigger campsite and DOC hut, manned by volunteer wardens, a couple who spend a ...