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... around the waterfront and then i decide to take the cable car trip. Its really a funicular railway but they call it the Wellington Cable Car.
At the top is the Cable Car museum, unfortunately it closes at 5:00pm and i have arrived at 5:01. Maybe some other time. A quick beer on the way back to the hotel, a little housekeeping then i head out for dinner with Col Cooke.
A small Vietnamese place gets our business tonight and we both have the ...
... as a worldwide brand. That's what they told us anyway. I reckon it's a load of rubbish and they're secretly laughing at us for paying to wallow around in a swamp. It was quite good fun anyway, I can't think of another scenario where Ashleigh would allow me to splat big lumps of hot mud on her face.
After a quick shower to wash off the mud we entered the sulphur pool. It's another bathing area claiming loads of miraculous health benefits. I'm not ...
... in situ, even the bottles in the bar. Nothing was damaged in the move and there were no signs of any stress whatsoever (cracks in plaster, doors jamming, etc). It took 5 months to complete the move and is an amazing feat of engineering.
On the way home the rain set in again, so we had no views whatsoever, but we’d had a really varied and interesting day; Sis & B-in-L are great ...
... pics, some not the most flattering, but they do exist to prove I did do it. They are on a USB stick at the moment, so when I can I will upload for all to see. Off to Wellington today for a very quick visit, I shall be returning here in about 2 weeks for 4 days though so I didn't mind that it was only quick. A bunch of us went for dinner, but it was pretty bad, but never mind as that evening I got to see the lovely Ms Emma Illingworth!!!! Only briefly as she was volunteering at the ...
... world inside and vice versa. At one stage I was the only person inside and stepped on a drain cover which made a hell of a racquet, causing me to jump out of my skin! I honestly think there were ghosts of dead alpaca in there….yikes!
Having escaped the scariness of the abandoned animal quarantine centre I meandered up the hill to another aspect which Somes Island is known for, its gun emplacements. Due to its location, these were built during 1942 but never ...