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Kia Ora from the land down under; the windy capital city Wellington, New Zealand, well known for it’s popular slogan “You can’t beat Wellington on a good day!”

It is the Coolest Little Capital in the World as described by The Lonely Planet and taken to the next level by the Huffington Post as The Little City that Could and Did.

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The Coolest Little Capital City in the World; Wellington with the 20m tall moving dancer over the Carter Fountain in Oriental Bay. Photo Credit: Newshub NZ

It is a popular place where you could possibly find hobbits and giants at the weta caves.

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Hobbiton. Matamata, Hamilton NZ. Photo Credit: EventFinda

You could catch a glimpse of the World of Wearable Arts show with outstanding costumes and models in the city during the spring season.

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One of the biggest shows in the Southern Hemisphere-The World of Wearable Arts (WOW) hosted by Wellington annually. Photo Credit.

You could catch a good surf at the Lyall Bay beach, eat the best cronuts at Moore Wilsons and indulge in our vibrant nightlife.

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Lyall Bay Beach in Wellington is one of our popular surfing spots for all surf enthusiasts. Photo Credit.

Or better still have a hot chocolate filled with chocolate fish and marshmellows with a silver fern art or a tulip art-Oh simply the best!

Hot Chocolate
The best hot chocolates in the World are found in New Zealand.

You could even catch the Tranz-Metro train to the amazing city of Porirua to solve a mystery crime at the Police College Museum.

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The New Zealand Police College has an amazing museum that you can come over and explore for the day. You could even solve crime puzzles here and try out the cops uniforms. Photo Credit.

Or admire the great works of William Truebridge’s father David with his lighting furnitures at the Pataka Museum.

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One of the best artits in the world with light fixtures, David Truebridge. Photo Credit: Pataka Museum.

You can have a cold glass of a Marlborough sauvignon blanc with fish and chips from the Plimmerton Fish Supply on the Plimmerton beach.

Trust me, it is one of the best places to watch the beautiful summer sunsets along Karehana Bay, soak your feet in the warm salty water and inhale the cool refreshing sea breeze.

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Plimmerton Sunsets and Plimmerton Boating Club. Photo Credit: Plimmerton Boating Club

Or you could just applaud the windsurfers around the Mana Marina stretching towards the beautiful Titahi Bay and Plimmerton coastlines.

If yoú have your hiking boots, you could take the hike challenge of the popular Te Araroa’s new stairway to heaven to soak in the beauty of the Kapiti Coast.

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The popular Te Araroa’s new stairway to heaven is a heavily tourist attraction spot. Photo Credit. Social Media

Or better still you could explore our Te Ara Piko Pathway. You can go for a hokey pokey ice cream at the Pauatahanui General Store or relax along the Camborne walkway.

Whitireia Park provides a safe haven for writers to reconnect with nature and smell the ocean’s salt water crashing on the rocks below.

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Whitireia Park-a special place for picnics or a swim in summer. Photo Credit: Social Media

Or the famous Battle Hill ensures a cool secure place for a picnic by the running stream.

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Battle Hill with it’s rich history provides a tropical spot for day trips and picnics. Photo Credit: Social Media

Of course you could end it off reminiscing with the fact that you are in the city where Mr Whittaker lives and constantly producing the Worlds best and divine chocolates. Yes Nigella Lawson makes it all worthwhile!

Nigella Lawson
The best chocolate in the world; Whittakers manufactured with the best Ghana Cocoa beans in Porirua City. Nigella Lawson makes it all worthwhile. Photo Credit: Whittakers.

I am a first time blogger. With no training and exposure and I’ve had to regather my countless thoughts and ideas towards writing an auto-biography book in the near future. I am hoping that through this regular blogging, it will lead to publishing my first book.