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... with our early departure and this drive being renowned for not having a lot to offer post the National Park we arrived mid afternoon. From then on the day didn't have a fantastic amount to offer despite the campsite being in a beautiful large Queen Elizabeth Park and the beach being all of a ten minute walk. We did manage to get some bits sorted to tidy up the van and set us up for what's to come, plus a nice carbonara whilst there was facilities to be used! With the beach to one ...
... of Kitekite falls. It was so picturesque and quiet...until Craig got out his chicken crisps and watched one float off the edge of the waterfall...you can take the boy out of Croydon...
I can't tell you how much our photos of Kitekite falls, however amazing they look, just don't do it justice! Most amazing scenery. And don't worry mum.. we weren't as close to ...
... cream is possibly the best product in the world. It was therefore necessary to check out my theory and I am pleased to let you know that I still stand by my findings. It's not that I really wanted to have an ice cream only that I had to prove my theory was still correct.
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... fresh and it was delicious. By far the best meal we have had so far! We counter attacked the pancakes and I think we won in the end. After our lovely breakfast, we went to the tourism site and booked a LOTR tour of all the Wellington sights for tomorrow. But we did see a giant Weta statue of the Orc in the Hobbit! We walked onto the largest museum in NZ called Te Papa (or something). They were having a Gallipoli exhibit and I just had to go. We queued for awhile but ...
... though some renovations meant we were limited to the ground floor. This showcased quite a cool and extensive timeline of varying social, economic and political key events. Lots of reading little mini facts and after an hour or so decided to head out for lunch before our ferry in the afternoon. Just across the road on one of the main streets was a busy and interesting cafe-diner place, where we treated ourselves to a panini; bacon egg and plum sauce for me. Really nice ...