Shepherds Arms Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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To… the Netherlands!!
Okay, I can tell what you’re thinking, you’re thinking ‘whaaaaaaaaaaaat?!’ Are you CRAZY?!
In as many words, yes probably. But there is some logic in the madness I assure you.
Mattijs (as you can probably tell by his name) is a dual citizen of the Netherlands and New Zealand. His parents are Dutch and moved here when he was two years old. Having only been back once or twice in his ...
... lol. We have done so much walking but just as well cause we've been eating well too. Haven't had a terrible meal since we arrived. Tonight we are heading to a french bistro called "Boulcott Street Bistro" for dinner. We knew this street was close so we decided to walk. What I didn't know was it was up quite a hill and I thought by the time I got there, Rusty would need to give me an oxygen tank. Going down the hill will ...
... is really hipster. It is full of cafés and has a real hipster feel to it. I really like Wellington, its a very cool arty city and would like to come back and work here if I can't find work in Queenstown. We spent the evenings out partying as it was fresher week, which made all of us feel really old!! The clubs were packed though, but people were guessing I was 18 too - so I'm taking that! ...
We got off the bus, hung out at the McDonalds across the street since our bus was late and the next ferry wasnt until 1pm (oringinally was sched for 8am ferry). We had some breakfast, I had New York eggs benedict on a bagel... at McDonalds! We were able to walk around downtown Wellington before getting on the ferry, so it all worked out. And onto a ferry boat, Bluebridge Ferry, to take us to the South Island to start our tour. It was a 3 1/2 hr ride across the ...
... to New Zealand. Beyond that, there wasn't much more to our time in Wellington. We found a cool craft beer bar, and enjoyed a few beers that were just marginally less expensive than in Australia. Jenni wasn't feeling too well, and after walking about for quite a while, we decided on a Thai restaurant that served a pad thai dish completely void of spice. It took about a tablespoon of the hot red spice to get to an American "medium" ...