Asure Kapiti Court Motel
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... over the rocks in search. Liz spotted the first one, one lone seal on a rock we papped away. We clambered back only to come across an angry seal. Liz snapping the seal he clearly didn't like it and as she got closer he barked angrily and Liz scrabbled away. A few more shots as he plodded along the rocks and plopped down upon another rock to sunbath away from us. A lovely walk home on the sun we treated ourselves to some L&P and an evening chilling in the hostel
... zone. We actually had to run the last kilometre or so to make the bus but I was so so proud of us, it was seriously amazing.
The next day after a great sleep and a hobble around the town feeling sorry for ourselves we set sail on the Barbary, for a cruise around the lake. A few glasses of wine and a float around to see some Maori carvings made for a really lovely evening.
Next stop was River Valley. A cute wooden lodge tucked way down in ...
... by the number of years of expected life) plus (annual cost of maintenance) ) divided by the amount of electricity produced in one year! This will give an honest cost of electricity produced in this way and although it is not the only factor in the argument over renewables, it is significant! Rant over! Stopped for coffee and muffin at Norsewood, a small settlement of immigrants from Scandinavia brought in to New Zealand for there forestry management skills. We were served ...
... been looking forward to the most, to see the Chapman family in Paraparaumu, North of Wellington. James worked for Dave a long time ago and is godparents to Bryn and Morgan their two boys. Dave, Tracey, Bryn and Morgan emigrated to New Zealand about 5 and a half years ago in search of a better life balance. Dave hardly saw his family, living away all week for his job (sound familiar?!). During this time their family has grown somewhat and now includes ...
We got into Wellington around midday and went off round the town in search of some peircing needles, this was an interesting lesson in life! as we ended up in a needle exchange for heroin addicts! it was a real eye opener to see, especially the staff members who were obviously ex or current users and i'm not 100% sure they believed us when we said it was for our ears!
After that ordeal we headed down to the terminal and boarded the ferry!