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 …
... the dreary little hostel were staying in, and went to the cable car museum,....the botanical garden, the famed CUBA St. (Which was a busy), and had a very nice lunch in a Thai Restaurant.
As I've mentioned MANY times, it is very expensive here,....a coke is $4.00, a dozen eggs are $7.00, 2 eggs with bacon is $14.00, and a hamburger is between $14.00 and $16.00,..... Fries are an additional $4-5.00. Where I normally spend $40.00 for a ...
... go past in the car then when they were doing a walk through back to the car. Wills was vey posh I have to say! Haha That night we had an absolute fruit loop in the hostel who I couldn’t get to leave me a lone talking all sort of caboodle to me….Oliver and Ben were in hysterics! ...
... The cultural collections include collections on photography, taonga Māori (Māori cultural treasures), and pacific cultures.
From the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa we wanted to go to the Museum of Wellington City & Sea which had been voted one of the world's top 50 museums by the New York Times. Within the walls of the waterfront warehouse from 1892 is a museum that celebrates Wellington's intriguing history. Unfortunately when we got there at about 17.20 ...
... are called) wore the same colours as Watford FC, I insisted that we supported the local team.
Even their mascot (Nixie) reminded me of the Watford mascot though he wore a birdie costume rather than a Hornets one ! When we got in the stadium we realised that there were no Perth supporters anyway. They had obviously decided that travelling from Australia to New Zealand to support a football team that are bottom of the league wasn't a good way ...