The New Zealand Diaries || Part Two.
I think Wellington was actually the place I received most messages about before we’d even got to NZ. Everyone was saying how much we’d love it there, and, it was true, we did absolutely love it. The culture, the art, the food, the atmosphere, I know I sound like a broken I <3 NZ record BUT I canne lie, it’s the truth, each place was fabulous and Wellington was nearly, almost, top of my list.
And, speaking of food, if you are in Wellington there’s a couple of places I’ve just gotta chat about. Number one is Mr Go’s now, if you love a bao bun then this place is INSANE… the menu was kinda mine and Seans combined dream dinner so as you can image we were V happy about it… Another lovely spot for something a lil fancier was “Egmont Street Eatery” the food was beauutttiful for a spot of dinner.
The rest of our time in Wellington was spent looking in all the fancy shops – there are SO many beautiful ones and of course, scouting out all of the art. ALSO, also, you gotta visit the “Te Papa Museum” which was fab.
Onto our last spot before we headed back to Auckland, Queenstown. Oh Queenstown… we loved it here. Not only because we got to do some insanely cool things, but also because the whole atmosphere here is just really ~cooool~.
Firstly though, before talking about anything else, we gotta talk about the “Onsen Hotpools“… Now this place is all over Instagram and I questioned, just for a moment, how somewhere could be THAT beautiful… But it’s true, it is, it was insane… SO relaxing, so quiet AND all topped off with this crazy view. Heaven right there. We both had “deep tissue massages” which were also another level of dreamy.
We also spent quite a bit of time just strolling around the town – the pics below are from a foody spot called “Yonder” another must visit if you’re in the area, it was fabuloussss. AND, to top it all off, Sean only went and did a bungee jump. IKNOW, I know, I totally should have, but, the fear of heights totally stopped any chance of that happening… He LOVED it.