Last day in Wellington!
This is funny because we were just here for an overnight trip. But my blog posts have extended for days. I love digesting every new experience, you see.
As the capital city, Wellington is the storehouse for the nation’s historic, cultural and artistic treasures.
Known to be one of the windiest cities in the world, this metropolitan hub is blowing with energy, diversity and creativity. It’s a little compact city full of stunning views, good food choices, dramatic architecture and cool street art.
Look, Burger King and Starbucks in Victorian buildings! What a blend of old and new.
All packed up ready to have dinner with friends.
Here’s a good Korean restaurant and karaoke place.
The table next to us was a huge group learning the Korean language through the dining process. I was all ears!
Next on my list is to learn Hangul. Why? To have a full K-drama experience. Haha.
We had half an hour left before our flight and we decided to get our adrenalin pumping. We raced through traffic, sped up Mount Victoria and dashed up the stairs to the lookout.
Stopped. Breathed in the spectacular panoramic views of the city. Breathed out.
Ran down, jumped into the car and did a supersonic drive to the airport!
We made it just in time for boarding. Labelled the ‘coolest little capital’ by Lonely Planet and a ‘locavore’s dream’ by Vogue, there was so much more to explore in Welly. It was a quick trip but a good one.I’ll be back one day.