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... was a river somewhere during the 25 minute bush walk. Away we went into the woods. Halfway in there was still no river. I was beginning to think we were lured in here to be murdered. In the end there was no river, but we came out alive as I'm still here to write this.
This entry also marks (no pun intended) our last chapter in New Zealand. How do I sum it up. Kiwi's as they often refer to themselves, are a friendly bunch. The true Kiwis anyway, people who ...
... Sky tower, which standing at 328 metres is the highest man made structure in NZ and should, so they say, remain standing in the event of a magnitude 8.0 earthquake within 20 Km – good to know! It did have great views of Auckland but I was pleased when we returned to ground level.
Having mentioned earthquakes I should say that Auckland boasts 48 extinct volcanoes with hill like craters scattered all around the city. Most of the islands around Auckland are also ...
On Sunday we had a well deserved lay in and all woke up in a fragile state from the night before. We eventually got up and went and good this quirky little cafe that did some amazing food. We walked round a few of the parks in Auckland and came across this area where there was like free games for the public to plaey like giant jenga & table tennis ( which all four of us are hilariously ***** ). Spent the day being ridiculously giddy and hyper with lots of hangover ...
Very uneventful really! Ross took me to the airport. At checkin I could laugh as basically the whole flight was queued up waiting and I had done it on line. I had to wait for one person ahead if me to do my bag drop! I was able to print boarding passes at home right through to London! (including Melbourne and ...
... on board. Normally I feel very dizzy and donīt particularly enjoy any boat rides.
Our driverīs name was Steve and he picked us up at about 10.40 at the port of Devonport. By paying NZD 35 for the tour you purchase an all day bus pass which means that you can leave the bus at any point and pick it up again on the next tour. Unfortunately we didnīt have so much time so we decided to hop on the bus at the Devonport Wharf, a gateway to the village, and hop off in the ...