Braemar on Parliament Street B&B Auckland
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... of hearing the awful alarm clock. We would be flying out of Auckland at the end of our time in New Zealand so we weren't too worried about craming all of the touristy sites in. We took a wonder down Queen street to head to the harbour, then discovering the triathlon was in Auckland so we decided to stay and watch it. It started with the swim in the sea where we were supporting the British and Irish teams. Jonathon Brownlee was in a good position and our shout outs were going to ...
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When reaching Auckland, it took ages to get through immigration and customs. But when I did, I went to the airport information desk to ask for airport medical service. Just to make sure, I wanted to show them my arm. In the tropical reagions you better want to double-check. ...
... around here, just watched some fish and ducks whilst doing a time-lapse.
After a while we left and headed back in to Kerikeri, we hadn’t eaten so decided to go to McDonalds. They have much better deals than the UK, and Australia!
Paid $12 (£6) for a 1/4 Pounder, Pie, Chips, Sundae and drink! The Pie is a Kiwi thing apparently, nonetheless, Ari enjoyed it.
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... and it's harbours were breath-taking.
It took us 6 hours altogether allowing for drinks, lunch, photo breaks etc.
Not bad for a couple of oldies!!
Needless to say we both had a good night's sleep that day.
Now we need to get Champ ready for her next set of travels before we too leave NZ - sad day indeed.
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