Auckland Harbour Oaks
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAuckland Harbour Oaks
Great service at front desk. Fabulous view from corner room on 36th floor (2 bedroom with harbour view.) Shower was small, didn't drain well and a bit leaky, but everything else was great. Well equipped with appliances and spotlessly clean. Location in heart of CBD was ideal. Highly recommended.
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Day 1: March 23, 2014
Since our flight was supposed to depart at 8.30 we had to get up very early that morning (5.00). Mary offered to take us to the airport of Gold Coast which was extremely kind of her considering it was Sunday (she would be normally sleeping till late) and the fact that she was willing to drive for nearly 3 hours (1,5 …
It is great to be a kid!! As soon as it started raining this afternoon, the boys took off their clothes and went for a run in the rain.
I didn't have quite the same appreciation for the rain today. I left the car's windows down during the earlier downpour...and then had to drive around with my bottom in a puddle. And then go around a few shops with wet pants...at least Ryan thought it was ...
... and Auckland. With a national population of only 4.5 million that is not surprising.
Rugby rules the sports world here with Australian rules football and field hockey also present on the sports pages of the local newspapers. Swimming, tennis and cricket facilities/coverage are less evident than in Australia.
I was again surprised that fish did not seem to constitute a large portion of the national diet. Aside from the "Fish + Chips" standard there was more ...
... to arrange to meet up with Lauren, a member of Kim's family who lives in New Zealand. It was slightly ridiculous that we were arranging this last minute, but at least we got to see her at all.
Come lunchtime, I visited a sushi place opposite where Jimmy and Alex live. When I got to the till, none of our cards would work, they could only process EFTPOS transactions, which are processed completely differently to credit ...
... 12 hours. So we didnt miss the sights by going on friday and Saturday after a wonderful morning in Devonport ;-) and an afternoon at lookout points like Mount Eden - if you visit you must see it - we bought food and wine and headed back to chill, relax and prepare for our next stop.
Fiji here we come!!!!!