the second half

coffee at Lorettas on Cuba St

view over Wellington from the top of the Cable Car

Wellington Botanical Gardens

Pohutakawa - Wellington Botanical Gardens

Wellington Railway Station

Frank Kitts Park Wellington

Wellington Harbour

National War Museum Wellington

view over Wellington City from Oriental Bay

Well what a wonderful 5 days we have had. We have seen some of the very best Wellington has to offer, drank more coffee than I would normally do in a month, eaten some amazing food, and experienced the wonderful pulsating life that hums underneath this wonderful city. As much as I intended to break my blogging about the city into several small bites, the fact of the matter is that we were just too busy living it to stop and think or write about it. Not a bad problem to have, right?

The last two days we wandered Lambton Quay, caught the Cable Car and strolled the Wellington Botanical Gardens, had a look around the Beehive and Railway Station, played in Frank Kitts Park, returned to Te Papa for a second time, and attended the Anzac Exhibtion on at the National War Memorial. We have truly packed a lot into this trip, and enjoyed every moment of it. To cap all of this off was the reason we visited – to see my dear friend Louise marry the love of her life – its hard to trump any of the experiences we had, but this beautiful, simple, modern, and heartfelt wedding managed to do just that. Now back to real life…

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It's a rainy day and in an attempt to slow down and appreciate the little things I have started a blog
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