Kingsgate Hotel Wellington
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... up our trip with a visit to The Green Dragon before heading onward to Rotorua for a Maori cultural evening. The evening consisted of exploring the different Maori traditions such as weaving, games and the 'haka'. Thankfully, the latter required only men in the demonstration. After learning about their traditions and a concert with songs and dance we enjoyed a huge Maori hangi - a buffet consisting of carbs of every kind, lots ...
... 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.
... Mount Doom. Now all we had to do was walk 13.4km in 2 hrs and 45 minutes! We all put our headphones in and headed towards South Crater. We assumed that the rest of the way would be easy going. How wrong were we. My legs were cramping on the flat but it was bareable and we were making good progress. But as we passed South Crater and headed towards Red Crater we realised we had to climb back up to 1886m! I nearly cried at the sight of the steep mountainside ahead. I cramped bad on ...
Sept. 7, 2014
Well,....things are beginning to 'look up'. As of two days ago, Adrienne and I were both about ready to pack-it-up, and come home. BUT,....EVERYONE TOLD US that the South Island is what we want to see, so we decided to make the most of where we were (N Island), and suck it up.
We've done a lot of bus travel. They're pretty comfortable, and efficient. Yesterday we were in Wellington, and although cold and rainy, we ventured ...
... 5 years around North, Central and South America. We were both heading into the city, me to find my hostel, him to find his host for the night, so we teamed up. We walked along the harbour and watched the pastel colours developed as the sun set, chatting away and each enjoying some English company! It was a great introduction to Wellington.
We exchanged details and went our separate ways. At the hostel I dumped my stuff ...