Amersham House

Address: 11 Ely Avenue, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 11 Ely Avenue, Auckland, is near Auckland Museum, Auckland Domain, Parnell, and Highwic.
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Travel Blogs from Auckland

Auckland Arrival

A travel blog entry by sarahbrown on Nov 12, 2014

2 comments, 8 photos

... it was. Tonight I am staying in the same hostel but in a 6 bed female dorm. It is the same size as the room last night but with one less bunk bed which has given us a lot more room. A welcome letter was left on my bed and we are all meeting at 7pm tonight. There was a list of everyone who is on the tour with us and my friend from this morning wasn't on it. Obviously there has been a miscommunication somewhere along the ...


A travel blog entry by erotergum on Sep 25, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... centre prison stairs (was bad enough dragging them up last night). We must have woken all the inmates up during our escape. As we headed out the reception doors our shuttle to the airport was already waiting for us - just perfect as I hate waiting for people myself. We got to the airport in good time but the weather was a little foggy. As we were there so in advance we went and got ourselves a bit of breakfast - and by a bit I ...

Waiheke Island

A travel blog entry by beaky on Aug 23, 2014

13 photos

... We ordered some tapas and tried some of their own wines with the meal. The food was really really nice and the wine wasn’t bad either. It had been a while since we’d treated ourselves to a ‘nice’ meal as we’d been trying to go cheap.

Feeling full and drowsy (drinking during the day just makes us want to sleep) we walked back down the hill and caught another bus to another beach (tough life I know). Palm beach was smaller than the other but just ...

Sydney and Arrival in Auckland

A travel blog entry by petermbeaumont on Jun 22, 2014

1 photo

... as I wanted to see if Barbara had answered my Facebook messenger as to whether she needed duty free. Guess what I discovered? No signal!

New Zealand being reliant upon agriculture for their main source of GDP are very strict about what you can bring into the country that could potentially damage plants, flowers, wildlife and livestock. Naturally so. Therefore you have to sign an import form and almost swear on the ...

Auckland is Seattle in the Southern Hemisphere

A travel blog entry by smythadventures on Apr 13, 2014

11 photos

... are Thai restaurants EVERYWHERE! 5) Both have famous fresh fish markets. 6) There are ferries that go to quaint little islands around the bay. 7) Volcanoes! Seattle has one big one in the distance, but Auckland was built on over 50 dormant volcanoes. Why not? Crazy Kiwi's. 8) There's a neighborhood of Auckland that is called the Viaduct. No joke. That won't be a similarity for too much longer, so we gotta get it in now! Granted there are some huge differences: ...

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