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These boots were made for walking After spending a year on a University exchange trip I'll be heading back home to Canada at the end of November. I'll be taking a couple detours on the way home stopping in New Zealand and then Hawaii.

Wellington

NEW ZEALAND | Wednesday, 30 November 2005 | Views [463] | Comments [2]

Well, this isn't the most interesting update so I'll keep it short.

The ferry from Picton was good but they have to work on the quality of the films they show.  A Hillary Duff feature (A Cinderella Story) followed by a Lindsay Lohan feature (Freaky Friday) is not exactly top class entertainment.  I'm glad it was only a 3 1/2 hours ride.

Monday I went to the Te Papa museum which I followed up by a nice nap on a park bench before heading to a movie.

Today I took the historic cable car to the Botanic Gardens where I took a nice nap before heading to a movie. 

Do we see a pattern here?  At least it's pretty cheap to see movies with the exchange rate.  I'm going to have a lot of catching up when I get back to Canada as the movies down here are usually released after North America.

I think I've just totally exhausted myself out with walking everyday that I just want to sit on my ass for a while.  I have an 8 hour bus ride to look forward to tomorrow so I guess my wish is granted.

I'm going to Rotorua tomorrow.  Check back and I'll let you know how it feels to be in a human hamster ball, one of the interesting activites on offer there.

Tags: Sightseeing

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Have fun in Rotorua, I'm sure you'll get used to the smell.

  Andrew Dec 1, 2005 11:50 AM

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I have no idea what Rotorua is, but it sounds interesting. Have fun!

  Linda Dec 3, 2005 6:41 PM

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