Arapohue House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... in Australia, we opted for the minimal insurance policy and they took a gut wrenching NZ$3000 bond from Dave's credit card. After a quick spin on the side streets to get used to the automatic, Dave nonchalantly pulled out onto the motorway with the entire trips budget weighing on his Police trained driver's hands. We shot up north to the Bay of Islands on a recommendation from one of ...
... exciting to be honest, and most people have done their dash after a few minutes.
I do love this painting, however, and spent that few minutes trying to discern its essence. You just have to feel it - for me it's the smile. When you enter the room and walk towards her, she seems to be smiling a genuine, welcoming, slightly cheeky grin. As you get closer and closer, it disappears, and when you look at our photos, she doesn't seem to be smiling ...
Laura and I are still busy catching up on the last three months and been exploring Auckland on the cheap. Today we went walking (bit nippy out!) about and to the Auckland War Memorial Museum which was good. Beans on toast for our din tonight but fear not, we are treating ourselves to fajitas tomorrow. In the morning we are going to walk up Mount Eden to see view over ...
... an area called Parnell to the stop for the museum. We both thought Parnell looked a much nicer area than the city centre. It had a range of small independent shops and a couple of bistros. We had thought that the auckland ears didn't go into the city centre to eat out and perhaps we were right. The museum was a short walk through a park from the bus stop. When we had boarded the bus so had a large number of other people. They were Australians and as some of them were wearing ...