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TravelPod Member Reviews23 Hepburn Auckland
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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... via STA, for a double bedded room with shared bathroom for slightly cheaper than the cost of two beds in a dorm, we are easing ourselves very slowly back into dorm life! We have a fridge in our room and were welcomed by the sight of fluffy white towels and complimentary toiletries. Hostel facilities include TV rooms, laundry facilities and a kitchen. All in all a perfect base for exploring the city. We've had a busy few days, of which our ...
... and white around the bay. We all enjoyed a tasty salad ( we had avoided this in Burma) loads of fresh veg beautiful ham.... All recognisable followed by chocolate ice lolly (Chris favourite ) and bakewell slices ( my favourite) think a little bird has been this way! Managed lolly but slices reserved for tomorrow. Eyes starting to close and words failing..... Off to bed ...
... Checked our baggage and passed through customs using our e-pass then headed to duty free. We were allowed a massive 4 litres of spirits each however we only purchased about half of that with assorted spirits, wine and champagne, just enough to last our 7 days in Tahiti.
Next we purchased an Asian mixed savory plate and some beer as we waited to board, we expect that these would be the last cheap refreshments we buy for a while. The announcement ...
... for lemon and Paerora (a town in NZ). It was sooo good it was like a mix of lemonade and sprite. Then we drove into Auckland, walked along the viaduct (lots of boats) and saw the America's Cup sailboat. After our walk we arrived at the Auckland Sky Tower. It was sooooo tall! Thankfully there was a elevator so we didn't have to ...
... when returning the campervan. Much better to pick up full and return full.
More research before starting the holiday and planning key events better.
Brave the cold and get away earlier in the mornings.
So there it is. All done.
Thanks for following along - I hope you got some enjoyment out of following this blog. We had fun putting it together.
Signing off DK on behalf of Donna, Harrison and Mitchell, till next time.