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Interesting Stuff Seen in Hamilton

My partner and I went on an impulse trip to Hamilton on the weekend of 12th and 13th April 2014. I would like to share with you some interesting things I saw during our stay.
Picture of Family House Korean Restaurant, located in 920 Victoria Street, where it has so many white lights illuminating the restaurant’s exterior
A bakery where the cakes either look like they are ready to eat or are just for display
Video of LED lights under a bridge surrounded by the Waikato River
Old-school parking meters for each carpark still in use, similar to those in the United States
Interesting poster for Rota on Victoria, a psychedelic cat
Funny ad for Bike Barn store
Public rubbish bin with local pukeko design
Hard fungi growing on a side of a tree, interestingly can be used to light fires, according to
the cave guide
A replica of a waka taua, Maori name for war canoe which according to Wikipedia is elaborately carved and decorated. The red color signifies that it’s highly holy to the Maoris and is now used for ceremonial occasions.
The biggest signage for a cafe I’ve ever seen
A dog chasing a wind
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My name is Charica Roche, a writer, food lover, adventure seeker, color addict, and curious-driven person who truly believes in personal and spiritual growth. Writing helps me become a better person because it makes me feel grounded and it encourages me to be honest about things. Currently based in New Zealand, I'm constantly searching for and following my curiosities through books, art, music, dancing, and other aspects of a life well-lived through my own terms.

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