Comfort Hotel Wellington
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... After taking some more water on board I was first up to join Peggy at the top of Devil's Staircase and the foot of Mount Doom. I looked up and the peak had disappeared because it was so steep but was somewhere 2291m above the ground. I turned to Peggy and said there was no way we could climb it. A minute or so later we were joined by James and Paul who both had the same look on their faces. They were then followed by Callum and Shona. After we had caught our breath and recovered we ...
... round went to pick up a hungover Claire to meet a slightly hung over Lisa to do a cheeky 8k run in Belmont Park was lovely. Got back then woke Lozza up with a flat white then back to meet Claire in town. We ended up going to Wellington City Gallery and it was pretty amazing. The gallery which was on was interactive so you could play and touch things. There were huge inflatables which you ran around and these chicken things you wobbled. BUT the best thing was this giant bean bag ...
... We were with 7 other tourists, from all different corners of the world. It was interesting that our entire group (including our guide) looked to be around the same age.
Our first stop on our tour was the Dry Creek Quarry. This was a quarry just outside of Wellington where both the Helm's Deep and Minas Tirith sets were made. First, they made the Helm's Deep set, then half destroyed it and changed it to make Minas Tirith. The size ...
... so was a logical choice to open the conference. The nurses in the clinics are all made up like models, wear mauve tinted uniforms and white high heels and the old cap we used to wear at Greenlane. In the hospital, they wear white and green but I think those are the enrolled nurses. They RN’s are in the light mauve and all wear more sensible shoes.
The Thai people are very lovely and so willing to help, not wanting you to do thing, although ...
... everything closed at 12 as it was Easter Sunday! Who knew Easter wasn't just about chocolate and an excuse for a four day bender? The next day it was back on the bus to go to Taupo, a place we had been before but this time staying at a new hostel so felt a bit different! We arrived late in the day so went for a walk around the lake and a kick about before back to the hostel and getting to know the guys on the kiwi bus a bit better. Ali entered into a beer pong competition teaming ...