Braemar on Parliament Street B&B Auckland
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After Karen picked us up at the hostel, and we circled Auckland a few times, we had a late breakfast or an early lunch at Denny's. Then we head to the Sky Tower, which is Auckland's version of the CN Tower. As we discovered while in the Sky Tower the weather in New Zealand changes very rapidly. It can be sunny and clear one minute and then 10 minutes later its rainy cats and dogs. When we were in the Sky Tower ...
... are so many trips to take, hikes to do, places to see and people to meet. But I digress.
I reached a point in Spokane, my home town, where I felt I had out grown myself and need to move on in search of a better me/adventure/story...lets go with story. I wanted to find my story, write my story, create my story, and be proud of where my story took me and what my story told.
I headed for Australia, I don’t know why but it ...
We woke up in the morning and after a small breakfast using up what food we had left we then headed to Starbucks for a white hot chocolate and muffin to fill us up. We then ventured to the pharmacy to pick up some travel sickness tablets and also so Mel could see a doctor quickly. After the pharmacy expedition we then headed back to the hostel as the weather wasn't brilliant. After a wander into the tv room which was empty we discovered they had DVDs available ...
... After that Donna could check in and we went through security, god knows what flashes up when they put my passport in but every single time it becomes a commotion, it takes triple the time as everyone, they stare and point for a while then call another two border guys over that also stare and point for a whole, decide nothing of it and let me go but it happens every single time! We killed some time walking around the airport where there were some fancy ...
... We couldn’t have been under better guidance than our
skipper with his military background and love for rum when on shore. We gained so much from this time. My personal
highlight was night watches; time to ponder on life, the ocean, the present,
whatever, with a unique intimacy, as the sky from the sea became a dance of
falling stars and satellites.
No sea sickness, no dramas, but not enough experience either to be considered to