Grand Mercure Wellington Central City Apartments
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The sun came out today (bloody NZ weather) so naturally we spent most of the day inside a dimly lit museum! ‘Te Papa’ is the national New Zealand museum and right on the waterfront. Split over 6 levels the museum was massive and we only managed to see part of it before we got hungry and headed back to the apartment fort some lunch. …
We managed to cram a lot in today so I’m going to split this post in to sections:
We woke up early and headed off to the fabled ‘Wellywood’ or ‘Wowington’ (actual name Miramar) where Peter Jackson is probably frantically editing the final Hobbit movie as we walked passed! After a quick walk …
After a decent lemsip-induced sleep the sun was shining and our colds had receded a little. We wanted to try Tongariro National Park again, on the way to Wellington, so packed the car up while it was still sunny and headed off south.
On the drive down the rain started again and the clouds lowered, unperturbed we carried on up the mountain …
After arriving in Wellington from our trip across the Cook Straits we hired our car from Hertz.
Our accommodation in Wellington is within walking distance of the restaurants, the waterfront and Museum of New Zealand (Te Papa Tongarewa).
Today the weather started very miserably, very cold with scatty showers. We had a sleep in and waited for the weather to clear. We visited the museum which was stunning with great exhibitions
... bringing with them rats, stoats, possums, deer, pigs and of course all farm animals. All these as well as over- hunting contributed to the extinction of more than 50 species of birds. Since most of the small predators are still prevalent on the mainland, the best way to protect birds is to move them to off shore Island where predators have been eliminated or building high fences around specific areas as protection. There is such an area in Wellington where 8.5 Km of 2.1 ...