Asure Kapiti Court Motel
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... but, screaming? Lots of yelling and stupidness. After 20 minutes, the security guard showed up and proceeded to help no one...Then the 15 year old "manager" showed up and also had nothing to add. I'm laying in my bottom bunk listening to this rediculous yelling and ineffective appeasment and finally, I got up. "Look, obviously, they cant be in the same room, get one a new room and everyone shut the hell up, it's 2am, go to sleep". Who's the old bag in this story? My bunkmate ...
... harbour, we had a view of it as if it were a painting. It was sunlit but veiled by rain, giving it an odd vagueness. Closer still, a massive rainbow revealed itself, appearing to stretch from one side of the bay to the other, very flat, like a bridge. It was more like an archer's bow than the semicircular arch that you often see. In the city centre, we drove past the great wooden edifice of Old Saint Paul's before parking at the huge central library. ...
Over the past few days I have spent time in Wellington. Before we arrived to Wellington we stopped at a place called Bulls where places have tried to incorporate the name 'bull' into the building names. The police station is called 'Consta-bull'!
I was really excited to get to Wellington as I've missed being in a city, although I love the scenic views and walks etc, I have missed ...
... night, we found a more commercialized street, and more importantly, a restaurant that was still serving. We also had our first encounter with cricket and cricket fans, as some of the West Indies team players were walking down the street and a woman sitting at the restaurant was screaming adoration to the players and then jumped up and ran down the street in her high heels to take a picture with the players. (The cricket ...
We were hoping to catch the earlier ferry to Wellington - but it was full so ended up on the 1.15 p.m. as planned. Before we left we took a box of chocolates (Cadburys of course) & a thank you card to the lady in the pub / restaurant who found it! Some impatient _ _ _ _ _ _ hit the side of the motor home with their mirror! It was one of the local men who drive the trailers on & off ...