st week was Wellington Heritage week, an opportunity to see inside familiar and not so familiar houses and buildings around the city. This year I managed to get to see three listed heritage buildings in Thorndon. It was a gloriously sunny day, so lovely to walk through the Botanic Gardens to see the three houses open for the event.
On Sunday, as you may have seen from the last post, we popped over the hills to Martinborough. It just … More
On Sunday, we finally got to see the Katherine Mansfield House and Garden in Thorndon, Wellington. The author, Katherine Mansfield, … More
This weekend saw us fly over The Ditch (as the Tasman Sea is affectionately known) for a mini break to Melbourne.
Here we are again, Monday evening, and a time for a round up of this week’s small pleasures. I missed The Propagator’s Six on Saturday this week as we were away for the weekend, but could not resist heading up this post with a photo of another of the miniature daffodils that have flowered and make our terrace look like spring.
This week’s Wordless Wednesday showcases the Wellington waterfront on Saturday morning, when we had glorious, sunny weather that was positively … More
Here we are again with another Wordless Wednesday post, this time from the beach. Pictures were all taken in Noumea, … More
For this week’s Wordless Wednesday, we are in Noumea.
Coming to you a day late instead of a day early this week, as we arrived back from our trip to New Caledonia almost 2 hours later than we should have done.
I flew up to Rotorua for a work visit on Sunday, and took a quick walk near the hotel. Here … More