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On the way back down we came across the ASB Tennis Center, which was hosting the ASB Classic/Festival of Tennis, which included Venus Williams and Caroline Wozniacki. From there we crossed the freeway, through the downtown campus of University of Auckland on our way back to the ferry terminal to catch the ferry to Devonport.
However we bumped into Lululemon ...
... allowed on board! The Air NZ flight was cramped to say the least, and because we had booked a saver ticket we weren't entitled to watch movies or any refreshments except water during the 3.5 hour flight. I guess it's their equivalent of a Ryanair/Easyjet flight! Because of the time difference we arrived in NZ at 11pm, so straight to be once we arrived at our accommodation- Verandahs ...
... one they have. A common thought I've had on and off since I got here but hit me more so during sunrise on the Great Ocean Road is how small we are as humans compared to the world around us. In Sydney it was the huge buildings that gave me that feeling, in Cairns it was the size of the Great Barrier Reef and the ocean. But on the GOR it was the rocks, the cliffs, the mountains. It almost makes a person feel insignificant. And yet one person can make a huge place feel ...
... attended a few of their school functions. We went to the Australia Zoo, home of the original "crocodile hunter" who I chased the first time I was there ( another long story Rip loves to tell) , sadly he is not around any more but the place is run but his family ( wife daughter & son). Although I do not really like zoos in principle ( as I feel that animals should be free in their environments), I have to say that ...
... the road...eek.
Still, we had no problems and enjoyed
the fact you rarely saw another car. The two areas we didn't enjoy
driving were Auckland and Wellington as the layout seemed overly
complicated and that's where most of the people are. I was not so
confident on the extremely windy up hill bits either, but got better
as we went on, sticking to the speed limits by the kilometre...not
like Paul! A very cool experience that has made us want ...