Thursday, May 26, 2011

Beautiful Wellington Part 2

As soon as we got to the top, the ride was over. My eyes were shocked. I didn’t really know that Wellington was that big. It was so beautiful. The sun was dimming down, so a couple of lights were turned on. It looked like Christmas lights.

“ding, ding.” The bells were warning us that the cable car was going to board. After we took a couple of more photo’s we entered the cable car. I was sort of tired from the walking. Litia and Vivienne were up and awake with Chant’e. The boys were just playing boxing shadow.

After we exited the cable car we saw a Van waiting for us. It felt like the day was over. But it wasn’t. We still had the Koru Lounge to expect. It was quiet a long ride to get back to the airport.
As we were entering the Airport I heard my stomach grumble even though I wasn’t hungry.

The Koru Lounge was packed. I forgot why but it was packed. There was loads of food that I was fool with just a little plate of food. It was so cool because we got to pick what drink we wanted and desert. The best bit was desert and that we could access the Internet as well. "407 can you please start boarding 407 can you please start boarding, thank you." said the loud speakers.
We all started moaning but it was what we had to do. I sneaked back to the desert and took a Hokey Pokey cookie. They were so nice.

"Please fasten your seat belt the plane is about to depart"said the Pilot. Bye Wellington, bye Tepapa, bye big stone at the museum, bye everyone I thought. I wish we could come for a school trip all for free. Over all the best bit of the day was..........................
HAVING TO PRESENT TO ALL THE PEOPLE.(and the desert in the Koru Lounge)
I can't wait for the next time I go.

Pt England Kids at TUANZ TELCO Day from KPE TV on Vimeo.

1 comment:

  1. Talofa Lava Rita! You and the ambassadors did an amazing job presenting in Wellington. You spoke so well and clear, it was wonderful. I like how you've explained in detail what happened. That hokey pokey cookie sounds delicious. Keep up the great work.

    From Miss Lavakula


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