Jeffreys St B&B
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... through Duty Free, which is a huge thing down in this part of the world. The airports are designed so that when you leave or arrive at the airports, your pathway is routed through Duty Free. The US don’t seem to be on to this…yet!
I used the last of my NZ pre-paid phone card and called Shelley. It was lovely to catch up. I love her.
Auckland airport is really nice, modern, spacious and clean with good seating and ...
... it with some of my best friends that I have had and made here on this trip! After our climb we were given the group picture, a hat, and a certificate for completing the climb. Then we went over and had the opportunity to buy the smaller group pictures and other souvenirs from the gift shop. Right before we left, there was no one there since we were the last climb of the day, we grabbed Adrian and took a picture with him because we had so much fun on the climb with ...
We spent the next few days visiting various sites around the Sydney as we enjoyed been tourists again. The zoo was one of our favourite’s spots in Sydney. Its location opposite the city, overlooking the Opera House and Harbour Bridge was incredible. The layout was great, as you start way up high on the hillside and meander your way down towards the water over a few hours. We ...
... them with me as because I was flustered I wouldn't have been able to do it by myself. The guy called them my counsellors because every decision that I had we conferred about it.
They asked if I had eaten anything sugary, well I had eaten but nothing too sugary. Laura was like ok I'm going to get you chocolate and a can of coke, I was thinking too much sugar and I'll be bouncing ...
... epileptic fit, but all to no avail. I'm now slotted into my toaster like slither of a seat wondering how Etihad manages to get the inside of their plane so freaking cold that ice has formed on the windows. It's not long before I start thinking about the space that's allotted to me and how it compares to that of a battery hens cage.. They feed us keep us watered but its not long before I'm rummaging ...