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... by a large piece of timber, makes a tuneful but deafening noise when you happen to be within the towers walls. A lovely view of the city and mountains can be had from its balcony, three stores high. On the balcony was the second time that I'd been asked to have a photo taken by an older man this time. The previous request was from a teenage girl who waved cheerfully every time we passed by. I thought ...
... another stopped and agreed to take us.
We were determined to be more adventurous in our eating that night and started by investigating the restaurants in the food court of the mall below our apartment. One did have some English on the menu but it was a cook your own meal at the table type. Right, we thought, we can do this, we’ll just point at things on the menu. We entered and indicated that we’d like a table for two. The girls on the ...
... Waitomo costs over $100!!!
Terraces like the PInk and White Terraces must have looked like, underground.
Two interesting experiences here.
A young mother selling tourist clothing offered us a dress for $NZ30. No thanks. $20 - No $12 No thanks, $10 no thanks, $8 we walked away. But in hind site should have bought!
While we waited for our van a fight broke out at another souvenir stall. The seller and a guy shouting at each other, other sellers ...
... the middle of the city is the Green Lake. It is a tree covered park that has a large lake winding through it and as we walked through it we discovered group after group of people dancing, some traditional, others more modern. Leaving the park we walked past a tea room that is run by people of Muso ethnicity. Sitting in the foyer is a flat pig. It is their tradition to if there a pig when a child is born, they flatten it and ...
... really big deal; every time you peak into a shop you will see all the staff having team-bonding meetings or chanting mottos together. We have seen whole teams of staff going for a jog around the square together before a bar or restaurant opens; we’ve even seen staff members get lined up in the middle of the street for a team-meeting and then given a royal-rollicking by their manager in front of everyone, one manager even made his waiters do press-ups in the ...