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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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TripAdvisor Reviews 23 Hepburn Auckland
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... Road (the Oxford Street of Auckland) for a spot of retail therapy before ending at the harbour for a drink in an Irish Pub.
We had dinner booked on the 52nd floor of the Auckland Sky Tower, and so decided to head up it a bit early in order to watch the sun set over the city. This was a pretty impressive view and gave us another great insight into the city.
It was then up for dinner at the Orbit revolving restaurant which was delicious and had ...
... drivers door then unlocked the passengers and we got in and I started the motor and I drove out of the yard and towards the hotel. It took about 15 minutes to get to the hotel, there was a bit of traffic. I parked out the front and got Leigh's luggage out for him and he thanked me for the lift, I said no worries. I got back in the 4wd and drove towards the freeway and started driving back to Ballarat. The End. ...
They stated that anyone caught in possession of any food from abroad, any plant derivatives i.e. wooden masks, if you had used walking boots in a forest in SE Asia, etc, etc that you hadn’t declared, would be fined NZ$400 on the spot. So, we declared;
1. Powdered tea (Teh Tarik)
2. Instant coffee
3. A machete (because it had a bamboo sheath and wooden handle)
4. Our shoes (because we had visited a forest reserve in the past month) ...
... Horsehill Campsite, just next to the mountain. We were so hungry, but there was literally nothing in Mt Cook. Not one shop. And so, we parked up and went straight to sleep. 8/5 We were woken up by a ranger at around 8am telling us we hadn't payed. So we got up, payed, and set about to have our cereal. But we had no milk. Nightmare! And so, we were resigned to going to a cafe. We went to a cafe, where I was told by the owner that I should do my laces up, as his brother in law ...
... in a very alien landscape, before cutting through the middle of the island over Arthur's pass. Arthur's pass was, we imagine, where a large chunk of The Lord of the rings films were filmed. That should give most of you a proper idea of what it looked like (ogres, elves, dragons excluded). The pass deposited us in Christchurch the site of a horrendous earthquake not more than three years ago. We stayed with family friends, Chris and Pam, who lived on a farm (yes! Again!) and who were ...