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 …
... developed. It was interesting to realise how late everything happened in New Zealand, but then again this country has only been inhabited for 600 years. So when the battle of Hastings was happening in England, not one person even lived in New Zealand. There was also a funny story about a sheep who they nicknamed 'Shrek' because he was found in a cave, and had managed to escape his farmer's shears for six years. Meaning ...
... many people in them. It was a Saturday night, and it could have easily been North Street in Brighton at 9am on a Sunday - dead. Very strange.
Emma's housemates were having a few people over for some drinks before heading out into town so we hung out with them for a bit, but we were knackered so didn't head out with them.
Before heading to Te Papa we first went to the Sunday fruit and veg market, a bit of a Wellington institution. It was packed and full ...
... gear). Meredith and I have packed to our capacity into our new Kathmandu hybrid roller bags/backpacks. I have to say that we're quite pleased with our efforts, and now we're ready to go when Alix comes to collect us in the morning.
Meredith's plan is to stay up late, the logic being she'll be tired on the plane and will sleep. Sounds like a plan, but Wills and I never usually have the same problem sleeping.
... dolphins leap in the surf and then the boat stops and you slip off the back into the water. It was absolutely fantastic, the dolphins swim past you in a pod of two hundred or so, so every direction there were dolphins. It was certainly amusing for the people on the boat as you have to make noises in the water to try and attract the dolphins and appeal to their natural curiosity so there were some strange sounds coming from the snorkels. Not sure we quite mastered 'dolphin' - I told ...