Distinction Wellington, Century City Hotel
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Gisteren met de Ferry overtocht van het zuidereiland naar het noorder eiland gevaren.
De tocht duurde ongeveer 3 uur.
Iedereen kon mee , zo ook deze koeien. zie foto.
Vandaag naar het Te Papa museum geweest, dit museum laat Nieuw Zeeland in al zijn facetten zien.
Onder andere de Maori cultuur werd daar belicht, zie foto. de …
... and rockwall climbing. Similar to the fun days our schools have prior to summer holidays.
In the afternoon we went to Te Papa Tongarewa, the national museum. There are six floors so we could only just wander, taking in as much as we could. It's a lovely museum.
It rained as we walked home, but not too heavily.
... events, animals and geography of early New Zealand to the present day.
We spent most of the day at the museum, then shopped for some supplies, and caught up with the washing.
Tonight we are going to eat out at a Vietnamese Restaurant on the recommendation of our host at the motel.
Tomorrow we leave for Napier. The weather forecast for Friday and the weekend is looking very favourable
Cheers Alan & Narelle
... a timer. Once inside the door then closed and locked. It was at this stage we realised that no-one knew we were in here so we hoped the door would unlock again! The show itself was mainly a film reel of important moments in NZ’s history, but every now and then items in the shop came alive and started moving or making sounds etc. We weren’t sure when it ended, until a voice came on saying “come on, get out, haven’t you got homes to go to”. ...
... it counted towards my 5 a day. We stopped today in Whakapapa (Fa-ka-papa) and yep you do have to be careful how you say it. Situated in New Zealand's oldest national park; Tongariro. Surrounded by 3 mountains; Ruapehu (Roo-a-pay-hu), Ngauruhoe (Na-roo-ho-ay) and Tongariro, the park was a popular location for filming Lord of the Rings. Today's walk was 2 hours, and was one of the more demanding walks we have done. It was very up and down, plus it was icy (yep I saw some snow on the ...