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Saturday, December 08, 2012


NEW ZEALAND: DAY 5: Whitby, Wellington Region

Good morning John, good morning Justice family, good morning Whitby and Wellington Region. Bus arrived quite early in the morning on one of the Porirua bus stations and my co-worker John picked me up and at home he immediately made me a breakfast, ham and eggs. Delicious! Later I met his family, Alex, Em and Kirsty, but since they had guests, I decided to have a weekend with my "new" motorbike, Red Sonja.

Porirua from the bus station

Red Sonja thinks in miles, can she go up to 190 mph?

Lake Onoke (Lake Ferry)

Red Sonja posing

Tuši is under

Cattle is outside all year long, which makes the products more tasty and healthy 

On the way to Cape Palliser, the southernmost point of North Island

252 steps to the Cape Palliser Lighthouse, built in October 1897

View from the Cape Palliser Lighthouse, named after Admiral Sir Hugh Palliser

On the way from Martinborough to Masterton


View to the North from Castle Point Lighthouse

Castle Point Lighthouse shone for the first time on the 12th of January 1913.

The worlds first ever ANZAC Day Service was held in this church in Tinui at 7.30 am on 25th of April 1916.

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