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 …
... quickly moved on to the other floors. The whole museum was very random with not alot of structure. You could be at one moment in a section about the animals and the next find yourself in a section all about fashion and the designs. With all of us finally having had enough we headed to the supermarket to pick up supper and lunch for the ferry journey tomorrow and headed back to the room. Our new room mates were in the room when we got ...
... time in NZ, done loads of cool things, met loads of people. It doesn't help that the sun is shining here, the wind is low and the max temperature in Wigan on Friday is 6 degrees, with rain. Still, it's time to get back, get a job and finish decorating the spare room (then never attempt it again). I started the day with brunch beside the sea with Gillian. I had a really yummy bagel with cream cheese and avocado - think I'll ...
... ended down by the geysers with some hot chocolate. Next we went via Lake Taupo to Tongariro National Park. P.s thanks to all those still with us and continuing to put up with the heavy use of brackets, theres just a lot to get through. We found handy, if extremely creepy accommodation in the National Army Museum surrounded by lots of replica tanks and almost no one else. It was here, after a cosy evening playing Jungle Speed that we perfected the sleeping arrangements ...
... through a place called Matata at one point and at exactly the same time Marissa and I both shouted HAKUNA! Yes, that happened. So obviously we had to stop and take a photo with the sign..
Something people always say about New Zealand is how beautiful it's scenery is and how remote everything is - you don't realise just how true this is until you experience it! Seriously beautiful and diverse and you can be driving for miles and barely see another human. The coastline ...