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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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... the evening we crossed the road from our hostel to arguably Auckland's most recognisable tourist attraction, The Sky Tower. As NZ's largest building (by a long way) it's renowned for its 360' views of the city and its surrounds. We've been up plenty of towers like that in cities with more impressive skylines so we decided not to bother - the additional attractions though are quite cool. There's an opportunity to do a skywalk outside of the viewing area on a 1.2m ledge which ...
Our skiing trip to the north island volcanic ski fields was a success. It nearly wasn't. A blizzard came in on the Saturday and closed the Turoa ski field mountain road meaning we were holed up for the day in the lovely little alpine village of Ohakune. North Island Kiwis don't do snow. Unlike their South Island counterparts, the North rarely gets snow aside from Mount Ruapehu where the ski fields are located. Auckland has seen one sprinkling in 80 years. Sunday was ...
... and they charge half the price. Bloody Italians - they fill the menu with hyperbolic descriptions of their meals, write it in Italian to make it look more authentic and then apparently charge by the syllable. Now, where was I, oh yes, Auckland. It's ok. Made our pasta meal for dinner, set the alarm for an early start and it's off to the airport in the morning for an 8.45 flight to Rarotonga. Speak to you ...
... in a lot with other backpacker cars and people come and take a look. We signed up right away!
That night we cleaned the car as much as we could, clearing out our luggage and any and all souvenirs (mostly rocks) from all the cracks and crevasses. We woke up early on Saturday and drove down to the parking lot. I had made some awesome signs on hot pink poster board, so I knew our car would stand out. Using our portable iPod speaker we set the mood with some “Please buy ...
... for a few years prior to her Okinawa contract. (When Peter told his dad, dad speculated that these flights were destined for Antarctica, since Christchurch is the main airport transfer for support flights to Antarctica).
For our flight to Auckland, we were booked on Jetstar, Qantas's economy brand. Just like Qantas, the seats were uncomfortable and the flight was late,but other than that, the relatively short flight to Auckland was fine. As we had seen ...