Kingsgate Hotel Wellington
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... spent a couple of days here, with the highlights being
Puzzling World and a trek up the Rocky Mountain track.
On the way to Queenstown we stopped at an eerie, abandoned gold mining
town in Bendigo which was really cool. Along a never ending gravel
track and set at the top of a huge hill, it used to have several
little 'villages', a school, and several other buildings. Now it just
has a few remains of houses, the blacksmith and a couple of others.
... we suddenly spotted the zip wire, and our eyes bulged out like two nomads stumbling across an oasis in the desert. With no children or supervising adults around we leapt onto every piece of fun apparatus we could before anyone spotted us... We aren’t normally like this when we see playgrounds. It must have been the caffeine!
Back at the Lookout café to calm down and get our breaths back, Ness had another ...
Golfers Rusty woke early and was keen to get on the bus for Day 1 at the Te Marua Golf Club. Two buses loaded with the keen golfers set off on a 30 minute trip to the golf course. It was a 9:00 am shot gun start. The course was good, dry and fast and available for a pillaging. Rusty is narrating this for me lol. Within the Queensland scores alone, there was 141 points and four 40 points - none of which were Mark or Rusty. They staggered in with 32 points each. No ...
... managed to return our keys and then have Ry expertly backed out of the extremely tight parking lot. We stopped in a suburb for breakfast before actually starting the our four hour journey. Departing from the Wellington area we found rolling hills dotted with fluffy sheep. As we moved farther along the land flattened out and trees lined the road. We made a pit stop to buy some fruit and veg at a produce stand and to Mom and my delight we found some reasonably priced passion ...
... is an unusual play area on the way to the museum. The museum is on the waterside and is a big building. It is free and a greeter explained that we could leave our bags and coats in the cloakroom free as well. He showed us the stairs and off we went. I'm not going explain in detail what we saw just to say we've seen animals and birds we couldn't see in any other natural history museum we've experienced an earthquake house had facts about the ...