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... t want to spend too much money and we found a nice germano-kiwi woofer's family to host us. We were really scared of spending 2 weeks with a German woman. But finally, it was nice. She was really kind, even if we had to respect the sharp german severity. In the fridge, it's a tray for dairy products, the second for vegetables, the third for meat products, and so on...And woe to him who makes a mistake !!
During the 2 weeks stayed, we did the most exciting ...
... to say our drinks were downed quickly and lunch consisted of some pies bought in a local bakery and eaten on the road.
Made it into Napier late in the afternoon and after being told by the lady at the desk that there were plenty of restaurants in the centre of town, wandered off in search. Note to self - New Zealand provincial towns and public holidays do not bode well for hungry tourists at night. Must remember that one.... Speak to you tomorrow ...
... br> Weta has worked on various movies in the past. To name a few of the MANY:
- Indiana Jones
- Master and Commander
- The Last Samurai
- The Narnia Films
- Kingdom of Heaven
- Robin Hood (with Russel Crowe)
After our tour, we headed to the port where we will be going to the South Island! Bye-bye North Island. We loved our time there and would have loved to have stayed longer, but on we go!
... Haifa. The mountain gently slopes into the bay and it has a port.
We didn't spend any time at Wellington and we headed towards Napier. I realized I wasn't as thorogh with planning the north island as I was with the South Island. It would have made more sense driving to Mt . Taranaki first since we love mountains so much, but I missed it and as a result poor Moshe will have to zigzag again. Napier is known as the Art Deco ...
... sun bursts and numerous other identifying features. ( yes you're right I've forgotten the rest! ) Louis Hay was the main architect and we saw various of his buildings including the National Tobacco Company building for which he is especially well known. Some of the original buildings pre earthquake did survive but the true nature of the devastation wrought both by the quake and subsequent fires was only too evident from the films we saw and the survivors recollections. ...