Kawau Lodge & Kawau Island Experience
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Can't believe we're here! Our flight was scheduled for 9.45 this morning so at 7 we were getting into a cab to start our trip! Most of yesterday was spent on packing logistics - how to get us and all our camping gear over to NZ was the question of the day. Luckily we were flying premium economy, so we were allowed two 30 kg bags each plus Lotte was allowed her cot and carrier and then we could all carry some hand luggage. In addition to the pain of ...
... no broken bones/dreams, plenty of Babe'n Dane (or equally as Babe'n c grade NZ celeb and plenty of babecent wine pours I.e. Half a bottle in one glass please, I expect nothing less. It's been 2159 days since I have seen my very first friend Susannah, since we caused havoc in Trafalgar Square at midnight smuggling Moët on the tube. Laughing in church for an hour straight due to some unfortunate incident with a spotlight ...
... a hall the size of a village hall, not in the air at all. We certainly noticed the difference from Sydney to Auckland when we were back to a "normal" plane. There was no big delay getting through customs and immigration and we picked up a Supershuttle bus immediately. These are different from the ordinary shuttles in that they take you right to your hotel door. We shared with ...
... me it sounds like a great way to travel the world. The next morning I got my first taste of the Stray bus as I headed north towards the Bay of Islands. We made a few stops on the way, which is one of the advantages of the Stray bus. Our driver Museli showed us some Kauri (pronounced Kody) trees, native to New Zealand and then we stopped in Whangarei (pronounced Fongaday). One of the things New Zealand has tried to do is maintain a good relationship with the ...
... the bus I was so freezing cold that I had to go and buy myself some tracksuit bottoms. I culled the others away and rightfully so - they were all shredded and my mother would have rather I threw them and got a new pair anyway. We caught the bus in the ***** rain and got off at the museum. It's such an impressive building and we thoroughly enjoyed it. Some of the rooms are just rooms full of random stuff but their volcano section ...