My leg is still hurting like mad, with a bruise the size of a saucer, after my silly fall through the hole in the deck at Hataitai Beach last Friday. The Wellington City Council still haven't repaired the hole.
The WCC are also dismantling a block of flats on the corner of Tahi Street and Park Road in Miramar. Dozens of owl-eyed little boys plus Dads were watching.
The Roxy Cinema in Miramar (around the corner from Tahi Street) has an exhibition on at the moment. Some World of Wearable Art exhibits by designer Fifi Colston.
The amazing outfit on display in the foyer is a WOW winner. Ask at the counter if you can also go upstairs and look at the display up there.
There's an outfit upstairs that represents the famous Mt Tarawera (Rotorua) disaster in the late 1800's.
When I was in Rotorua some years back I went on a 4-wheel drive tour over to Mt Tarawera. You can actually go inside the crater and slide/stumble down to the bottom.
The famous pink and white terraces were destroyed in the volcanic disaster, hence the lava-looking appearance of the below costume. This WOW outfit represents a Maori guide of the time.
Breaker Bay Hall Stalls:
Oh, the Breaker Bay folk have stalls in the Breaker Bay Hall in Breaker Bay Rd this Saturday, 5 October, starting at 10 a.m. Lots of knick-knacky things, I believe..