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my wife and i couldn't have received a warmer or more helpful welcome at this wonderful little B&B in Auckand's Ponsonby area. Brilliant!
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... by and before we knew it, it was after midnight. Nic went to bed and I was not long after her, and we both slept the sleep of the dead... We knew we had a pretty packed day ahead of us as we were heading out to the West Coast with Rachel and Ste before heading down to Coromandel, which would be the first part of our big NZ road trip! We'd like to say a big thanks to the guys for having us to stay - they were super kind and helpful and looked after us really well :-) T&N ...
... the spelling and grammar mistakes along the way but I had better things on my mind, this blog will now be edited and possibly expanded on and turned into a book for us to look back on in years to come. As for Pascal he has decided to carry on writing another blog. "Pascals adventures in the REAL NEW ZEALAND" which is really for all the wonderful friends we have in Europe to see how life really is down under and hopefully it will tempt them to make the ...
... shopping area as I needed a pre-paid SIM card and Dad had been having trouble with his Olympus camera. When we were on the trip recently, we discovered it took pictures but you could not see them afterwards, nor could you see the subject you were taking beforehand. So I decided to take it with me and see if it could be fixed! Also, as it was Dad’s birthday on Saturday, I needed to get him a present.
The final weekend of our trip coincided with Easter. Despite having booked in advance we found ourselves at a motor park outside of Auckland City centre, in an area called Avondale to the west of the city. It is difficult to express how little we cared for this place. Had we not known that alternative accommodation was hard to come by we would have left within five minutes of arriving. I parked up next to a couple of cars, with three middle-aged ...
... of yards. Once we got outside the city limits, it became very agricultural, very fast. New Zealand was "the land of milk and honey" in the 50/60s & early 70s....England would buy everything they could produce and always wanted for more. One year, there was only 16 unemployed people in all of New Zealand!!!! People migrated to NZ for the wonderful opportunities. Everything was provided by the government. Then Britain became part of the European union and ...