Wellington: Waterfront

After an emotional tour of the Gallipoli exhibition, my friends and I headed to the Wellington Waterfront just beside the Museum of New Zealand.wellington waterfront

We tried walking to reach one end of the harbour, but my injured legs couldn’t walk further. So we sat on one of the benches and instead, watched people passing by. Hashtag titas of Wellington

wellington waterfront

wellington waterfront

This city is abounding in color and creativity!wellington waterfront

Look, gigantic QR codes! Brilliant ad strategy.wellington waterfront

Here’s a sign that will make you think.wellington waterfront

Soldiers in a Silver Fern.wellington waterfront

“The largest group of New Zealanders ever to leave the country at one time boarded ships in this harbour in October 1914, bound for the First World War.”wellington waterfront

Ladder…wellington waterfront

I love the city campaign #TheWellingtonWaywellington waterfront

The first love lock bridge I’ve seen that still has so many spaces. Either not so many love happening here, or not so many people. I think it’s the latter. :Pwellington waterfront

wellington waterfrontThen it started to rain, so we ran for cover!

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