Punga Cove Resort
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Day 201 In the night, sporadic gusts of wind buffeted Fenton, even knocking some unwashed pans off the car next door early this morning. We were at the ferry terminal before seven and chatted to the Livermores and Tylers on FaceTime as we waited in the queue. As Ben ate his breakfast in the driver's seat, an environment officer came round to ask whether we had any equipment that had been in rivers. Contamination of water bodies with unsightly algae is seen as a ...
... I loved it!
I caught up with the twins that evening in a nearby pub where they updated me on the odd Easter drinking laws - absolutely no booze without meals and the bar staff have to witness you eating to serve you a second pint, the maximum! Very weird... town was of course very quiet but we were happy to have an early one before we packed up again for an 8.30am ferry to the South Island. ...
... Lookout which gave us a spectacular view of the city and harbour below. At the top is a café where we couldn’t help but sample a famous Wellington coffee, Ness opting for a cappuccino with extra chocolate sprinkles on top and me with a latte. So to update the hot drink scores...
Coffees 2 Teas 2
At the top of the funicular is Wellington’s Botanical Gardens, which have to be the steepest ...
... had to drag me in! The rest of my day was pretty boring, we spent a good 5 hours of it on the bus traveling down to Wellington! During the journey I read but mainly tried to sleep as I am so exhausted from constant lack of sleep over the last couple of weeks! I've got to be up at 6 to catch the ferry over to the south island tomorrow so I'm not going out tonight but a lot of people are going out on a bar crawl so I hope they don't disturb me in the ...
... At 8,000 feet the oxygen mask went on. At 12,000 feet the door opened and the three in front of me jumped out and just disappeared from sight. The door then shut and we climbed higher. We hit 15,000 feet, the engines slowed, the door opened and I was pushed toward the door. Legs out, head back, we fell. The feeling of falling is totally indescribable. Just plummeting 10,000 feet in a minute is unbelievable. My video says it all. Such an unnatural sensation. At ...