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... at customs told us to "have an awesome time".
The hostel we are staying at is okay. We're in a 10 person dorm, and it's cold..... but the showers are good and warm, so can't complain. In between seeing the city's sites, I've planned the entire route, so it's been productive too. Setting off very early tomorrow morning to go up to the Bay of Islands for the night.... can't wait!
Will check in again when I can.
... a pretty hazy day but that almost added to the drama of the scenery. There were heaps of tiny rocky islands dotted off the coast that sadly our few pictures don't do justice to. We were influenced by the guidebook a little and aimed for Coromandel Town. Described as quaint and picturesque we were a little underwhelmed by our final destination but it is all about the journey after all. We didn't arrive back into Auckland until 6pm and, after some interesting attempts at ...
... and get prepared for Australia. Before we know it, we're boarding...we have roomy seats and our own overhead bin! The three hour flight is so smooth that we don't even know the plane took off..we were both listening to music and checking out the entertainment. Anyway the flight is great, I did watch some action movie, and I enjoyed it, but for the life of me I can't remember what it was (exodus Gods and Kings). Time to prepare ...
... Kevin and 2 children Laura and Becky were lovely and they had the most wonderful home- swimming pool and all. Mandy told us she has put up a lot of friends of friends and you could tell, she made us feel so welcome. On our first night we met up with our friend Liz. She used to work with Miriam and I and is from Auckland- she recently moved back. We met up with her and her twin Philippa for dinner in Mission Bay (which is lucky as that's where Mandy ...
... for a nearby lookout point, which lay upon a hill and offered views of the town and lake below.
As the sun set upon the land, I began to cook another gourmet meal, which included salmon. Unfortunately the rain had one more trick up its sleeve and an annoying drizzle began to fall. This deviant act made cooking difficult but also we had no shelter from which to eat. I will not lie comrades, but in these situations it is not uncommon for me to provide a moment of genius, and on ...