10 Things I Love in Wellington

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I have only 2 months left in Wellington so I'd better start it now.

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Baobab Cafe, Newtown, Wellington, New Zealand. My regular Sat arvo hangout in the garden listening to my fave selectors choosing JA sounds Places To Eat, Great Places, Courtyard Cafe, Coffee Places, Best Coffee, Plays, New Zealand, Liquor Cabinet, Gem

Baobab Cafe in Newtown - music plays in the courtyard out the back♪

Wellington Underground Market - Every Sat - undercover on Wellington Waterfront. Open rain or shine Experience one of Wellington’s top shopping destinations where you can meet the designers, artists and crafters and 'unearth a little treasure' Undercover, Auckland, Kiwi, New Zealand, Destinations, Designers, Rain, Meet, Artists

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NZ Film Archive building on Taranaki Street

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Wellington, my dear, you didn’t exactly give us a warm welcome now, did you?! After more than two weeks of pleasant weather, what hit us when we arrived in the capital wasn’t of the particularity sunny kind. There was wind, there was rain and there was a shock to the system. I mean, wtf?! This was the kind of weather we (very) happily left behind in Ireland. Only to come out of hiding, like an enemy from the past, and it was clearly set on bothering us for some time. But there are ways to…

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