Kingsgate Hotel Wellington
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Back in Wellington the Arts Festival kicked off the day we came back, but we didn't know until the next morning when we read it in the paper. Anyway Howard was keen to watch some rugby on the TV!!!!! and my back has been quite bad the last few days so I probably wouldn't have been able to walk that far anyway. As Dad would have said BOA!!!
My Life In Windy Wellington One chapter closes as a new one eagerly begins. Our early Wellington Days were filled with much randomness, excitement, and brilliant acts of fate. Our journey to Wellington was a period of reflection for Sara and I. We talked about our past few months in Auckland and reminisced over our newest adventure that just …
... and it was a bit of a ghost town. In the morning, we walked to the Durie Tower on the top of a hill and took some great panoramic shots of Wanganui below. There was some sort of rowing competition taking place on the river with a few streets shut down. We continued our journey to Wellington along the coast, which looked like the coast in Malibu, and we bid farewell to our beloved red Mazda 6 at the airport (Woohoo! No more driving!). Driving on ...
... dull, mainly views I'm afraid.
Am looking forward to Christmas as it's definitely going to be different - first one without my family...*sniff*...but also first one with Matt - lucky boy! There's plenty going on by way of night markets, fireworks etc. and I think we're going to go out for Christmas lunch as feels a bit silly doing a turkey for two. I suppose the next month or so will be quite important as I really need to make some in-roads with the filmmaking side ...
This morning we left Kaikoura and set off for the Interislander Ferry at Picton. We drove along the coast north along the Kaikoura coastline where we saw loads of seals swimming in and out of the rough surf, which was amazing to see. We stopped briefly at the Ohau Point Seal Colony where there were a load more seals chilling on the rocks including lots of little baby seal pups. It was then a straight road up to Picton where here all the road names ...
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