Rawhiti Boutique Bed and Breakfast
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... a detour to the coast to look at the point where the mountains, the plains and the sea all meet. There was a small walk there to which we took. At the high point was a lookout that we could see SE all the way along the beach some 50km, and then looking NE we could see the North Island off in the distance. An information board said that the beach here grows (as in seaward) about a metre each year due to the shingle that comes ...
... of several of his movies, including LOTR and the Hobbit. We rushed downtown and made it for the 6 45 show of "What We Do in the Shadows", a New Zealand mockumentary about the life of vampires. It was really neat to see this film as it was set in Wellington, and featured Jemaine Clement from Flight of the Concords. We both really enjoyed the movie- it was different and funny. Each seat in the large theatre had a plaque on its armrest, denoting a sponsor. ...
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'There needs to be specific roles for young people to grow and develop'
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... to explore the city on foot!
We popped over to the beautiful train station where there was a New World grocery store for a few supplies, then we headed off sightseeing. The waterfront area is lovely, with many of the old wharves and 'sheds' recently refurbished and made into restaurants, pubs, coffee shops, art galleries, markets and shops...art work, sculptures and ...
After Queenstown, we headed for Lake Tekapo, a town on one of New Zealand's largest lakes. Lottie & I were feeling pretty fit so went tramping up one of the walks there, to the summit of Mt John. Tramping = NZ word for a bit of a hike. It was crazy steep but the cafe at the top was so worth it! Tekapo is also known for being the best place in the Southern Hemisphere to view the stars from. Because of this the university of Canterbury (nz) has ...