Distinction Wellington, Century City Hotel
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- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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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 …
... sprinkles and me coating my moustache with warm frothy foam.
So that’s Coffees 5 Teas 3
Ness then felt in the mood to write some blog, so I ordered a pot of tea to provide some warming company whilst I flicked through the local Wellington newspapers and magazines. A proper tea this time not a cheeky free one!
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As we were finally bundled out of the coffee shop ...
... 13:30. Went on the top deck to begin with and managed to see some dolphins, that 4 different type of dolphins we’d seen.
Went back in and got some fish and chips, Ari got some free chicken nuggets too as they didn’t have enough chips.
We ate those and sat near the windows in the same place we had coming across before.
Journey took about 3:15 hours.
Got off the ferry and got our bags off the baggage claim ...
... the kiwis on the back foot at 3/32. Further wickets fall at regular intervals and at 6/70 the game is effectively over. E. Chatfield hangs around for 22 (off 57) and David Harte makes an impressive 64no (off 97) but the final tally for NZ is 8/173 and the Aussies have won by 119 runs. The pick of our bowlers were Ron Kasputtis (2/19 off 7 overs) and Brian 'Panda’ Scott (2/14 off 7 overs)
The local club (North City CC) put on ...
... free range turkey breasts (for Christmas lunch) and the best cherries we have ever tasted (Well Mia and Richard anyway).Our drive down to Wellington was very scenic and straight out of the Hobbit movies.. R had an interesting experience trying to figure out how to pump diesel into the Campervan; 20 minutes later we were back on the road. Stopped over at a nice cafe for coffee en-route and met some pleasant ex South Africans who ran the business. ...