The next morning, on the 28th November, when I was getting my bagel and coffee for breakfast, I saw this notice of a FREE walking tour organized by the hostel and by 10:30 a.m. I was already shaking hand with the group tour guide, Joe (if I am not mistaken) with the other 12 tourists. Unfortunately, it was raining outside but that did not dampen our spirit to get to know the city better. Everybody was equipped with either a jacket or a windbreaker but never use an umbrella (or a wig) in Wellington unless you want to see it blown away by the strong wind.
Basically, we just walked and walked and stopped at certain spots when our guide had to tell us some stories related to the places. Despite the rain, the tour still went on as planned except for the last route, we did not use the harbour front as the rain was getting heavier and the wind stronger.
|I spotted Malaysian restaurants along the way.|
Te Papa Tongarewa Museum
Sunny Wellington PART 1 and PART 2
The Parliament House
Wellington Cable Car
Cable Car Museum
Wellington Botanic Garden
The Flowers of Botanic Garden
Lady Norfolk Rose Garden
Museum of Wellington City and Sea
Victoria University of Wellington
Wellington International Airport