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SO i was all ready to leave Wellington and set off to Picton, Kaikoura and Christchurch for my next adventure when I realised how daunting the whole thing felt. All it took was my very wise mother to ask "Well why are you leaving then?" to realise i didn't have to leave!
I had spent most of the week recovering from my ridiculous jet lag …
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 …
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Joanna’s family lives under the Paco Bridge in Manila.
Now, when I thought ‘under the bridge’, I imagined a shack under the
bridge. What I didn’t comprehend was the engineering feat I encountered -
a community of maybe 100 people, living in the dark and damp labyrinth - multi
levels suspended from the bridge above.
Ma’am Mercy ...
... Scorch-a-rama. This location was frequented by the stars of Lord of the Rings during the filming. The Chocolate Fish has relocated to Shelly Bay, near where the original set for Bree was built.
After a visit to Te Papa (Museum of New Zealand,) dinner was with my old friend, Jocelyn Cranefield at a Mexican restaurant downtown.
Monday began with a visit to the Weta Cave in Miramar. They are the guys who did all the digital effects for Lord of the Rings ...