The last posting emphasized landscapes. This evening I will do my best to transfer today's water scenes to 'paper' for you.
LUV the international loo sign! It's sorta a water scene….
But first….I spent several hours in one of the most wondrous museums I've ever been in though I do exclude The Smithsonian since I think it's more of a small city vs a museum! I covered about 1/4 of the New Zealand's national museum and enjoyed everything…. Fascinating country, amazing heritage! Ready to come back for the other 3/4 learning experience.
On to the wet stuff….
This afternoon I drove for a couple hours along the marine coastal drive which took me from the City Barbour through curving waterfront and into the surround communities fronting on the water. It was a stunning drive on a clear and windy day. BTW, Wellington is known as the windy city of NZ because it has so much wind but during my three days, I had very little of those ferocious blasts people have told me about.
OK, I couldn't help one little selfie – ice cold Stella, gorgeous day, brilliant blue-green sea and oh JOY!
Ehhhhh….and don't forget the fab new hat in hand since it blew off my head and nearly got drowned!