Southern Cross Serviced Apartments
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Hi all Finally catching up on my blogging so you'll notice lots of posts in the next couple of days! I have a few unpublished posts to add tonight!
... filmed elsewhere in
NZ and compiled after filming (waterfalls in the background were actually
filmed in the South Island etc.) so there wasn’t much recognisable from the
Wellington proved to be a really nice place so we spent most
of the day walking around town and the Te Papa Museum which was free entry and
actually really really good! It was quite surprising to learn about the ...
... a "job" but it sounds like a more fun and relaxed way to spend some time with the added bonus of learning about organic farming. We'll likely be heading off next week to give that a try!
This past weekend we had some fun. On Saturday we explored some small towns in the area, and discovered (to Orla's delight) that one of them is home to NZ's only 100% gluten free cafe. On Sunday we headed up the road west ...
... rooms dedicated to the history of New Zealand. A display on Maori culture and lifestyle and a display on the British heritage. There was an underwater world exhibit with a life-size squid and a random 3D squid film. After our museum visit we headed into town for a delicious Chinese buffet before returning to the hotel to pack for tomorrows ferry crossing to ...
... Lady Norwood Rose Garden, the Begonia House and the Treehouse Visitor Center. The garden covers 25 hectares.
Opened in 1953, the Lady Norwood Rose Garden contains more than 300 varieties of roses that are a spectacular sight from November to May. The rose garden was named after Lady Norwood who, with her husband Sir Charles Norwood, former mayor of Wellington, contributed significantly to the development of the city.
Even though I'm not so much into ...