Comfort Hotel Wellington
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Travel Blogs from Wellington
... skeleton and Shrek the sheep. Shrek was a rogue sheep that had evaded mustering for 6 years instead living in a cave flanked by a stream atop a mountain. He was finally discovered and had over 27 kg of wool on him. Google Shrek the sheep..he is adorable. He became somewhat of a celebrity being toured around New Zealand raising money for sick kids. It really answered my question of what would ...
... find the beach practically empty the weather having put off most New Zealanders from venturing out for their annual barbecues. A dozen or so hardy souls made it into the water but they weren't stopping long. Our Christmas dinner was at a local hotel . It was certainly different but the food was very good and we were well and truly stuffed. Thank you so much Sarah xxx. Boxing day was spent ...
... to Taupo than planned and re-secured our seats on "the lolly bus"! We are soooo pleased we made that call - if we hadn't we would have missed out on an extremely treasured part of our global adventure. A sizeable group of us gravitated together, the catalyst being copious hours on the bus. Other key ingredients were cooking and sharing a some meals together, also staying in some awesomely remote properties (most notably ...
... centre ready for a walking tour! We met a guy called Mark and it soon became clear we were the only people on the tour! We seem to be getting a few private tours on this trip :) He told us the history of the city and a few hidden gems such as the clock show in the old a bank and the sunken ship they found under it. We felt like we really got to know the city after speaking with him and he was a great guy. After this we went to the ...
... After this first hour however the track went sharply uphill, which we made in good time and within a few hours were in the South Crater. Within this we were at the base of Mount Doom and Mount Tongariro! As a single view goes this was certainly a favourite of the entire trip! From here, inspired by the fantastic views we continued our climb to the Red Crater. From here we had an entirely different but equally impressive view. The Red Crater was at the top ...