Braemar on Parliament Street B&B Auckland
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... the most stunning country we have ever visited. It really has everything. You see the 100% Pure advertising campaigns and think it looks amazing but real life bears no comparison. It is even better. Because there is so much on offer and so many bucket list/once in a lifetime opportunities we are glad that we came here on a separate trip from our first backpacking adventure. We have been able to do everything we have wanted to and last time our meagre budget just ...
... before we walked down to the coach pick up point, slavered in sun cream for the first time in weeks. This summery morning was a far cry from some of the chilly starts to our days at the bottom of the South Island. A big green coach picked us up and took us onto the land of the Alexander family's massive farm (home to 13000 sheep and a few cattle). About half of our tour group was made up of tourists from the Far East, including a large Thai contingent. The other ...
... every other city during our visit to New Zealand, hotel availability in Auckland was at a premium. So, we decided to have another airbnb-style experience and found a private room through a local vacation rental site just in the shadow of the Sky Tower (you know, the big tower that distinguishes the Auckland skyline). It was a strange kind of place that is essentially a hotel with a front desk where we checked in, but somebody owned the room/apartment ...
... with his family, we make the strut finished and I can take a lot of miles in attack again.
We go to rest the next day at the Swiss Day. An association of Swiss in New Zealand. Of course I have my motorbike parked so that everyone can see the Swiss number plate. Thus, some cute and funny conversations arise. After almost 2 years, I hear again an alphorn and can eat a crunchy Cervelat. Yummy J
... that developed into works by New Zealand artists but that part was closed for re-hanging so the nearest I could get was a picture of Chris's lens cloth from the shop showing a view of Lake Wakatipu painted by an Australian artist Eugene Bon Guerard during a visit in 1878.
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