James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor
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... but I restrained myself as we had just had coffee and Jaffa chocolate cake inside the cafe! We were also heading straight to another fun thing that Miramar has to offer - the WETA cave, which is the workshop that all film buffs would enjoy. It’s a fun minimuseum of the company that brought The Lord of the Rings, King Kong, The Adventures of Tintin and The Hobbit to life. All sorts of models created and some fabulous life-size trolls outside protecting ...
... now at linking arms and wading across in our boots together. However, despite walking up-river constantly for many hours, the hut we were aiming for never appeared around the corner and we got increasing downhearted. 4pm went, 5pm came and went, as did 6pm. By about 7pm, we were starting to have genuine concerns about what we were doing - it would dark in an hour of so, we had seen no sign of anyone else since the Urchin track and the river seemed never-ending. ...
... The last visit was at Old St.Pauls Church, a beautiful old wooden building across from the Parliament Offices.
Alot of rain while in Wellington, so I was glad to pick up the car and drive round the bays before I left the city the following day. Managed to drive round to the Chocolate Fish Café which I visited back in 2003 as it was a favourite of Mairi’s.
Then it was off to Napier.
... in Wellington, which I would compare to the New York museum of natural history, full of too many things to see in one day. But we did explore for a few hours and enjoy the place- even if I never left the second floor, which wa all biodiversity and dynamic earth, with an earthquake stimulator and all. We then walked to Cuba street a street famous for cafes and boutiques, and though we left empty handed (okay fine we stopped at a bakery, no shame!) it ...
... fifteen miles from Rotorua town. It's home to the famous Lady Knox geyser which erupts at exactly 10.15am every day. We arrived early to avoid the crowds and got the best seats in the improvised theatre style arrangement around the geyser. It was spectacular spurting a jet of hot water twenty metres into the sky for a good ten minutes although it was a minor disappointment that the eruption is induced by pouring a mix of unharmful chemicals into ...