Auckland Waterfront Serviced Apartments

Address: Shed 24, Prince's Wharf, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand | Condo
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This condo, located on Shed 24, Prince's Wharf, Auckland, is near Auckland Maritime Museum, SkyJump, Sky City Casino, and Vulcan Lane.
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    Onwards and upwards....

    A travel blog entry by stephmull on Jul 10, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... to leave an impact. Auckland is a very different city to what I am used to as a tourist. New Zealand is a really young country so it is not as old as what we are used to in Europe. I am rooming with a girl from Liverpool and we are both really relieved to find we have a normal roommate for the night. We are off to our welcome meeting now. I will post this when I have wifi. Wifi is going to be scarce from here on out so the blog posts could be a bit ...

    All Good Things Must Come To An End

    A travel blog entry by on May 22, 2015

    5 photos

    ... are cramped into creaky bunk beds. The wooden purpose built beds here were so comfortable. Not only that but the setting in the rainforest was a pretty unique one. - Rangitata Rafting is a unique Stray stop and was another strong favourite. We had a private room here but it wasn't so much the sleeping arrangements but the welcoming hug the place seemed to give. It was very homely and cosy. Helping to cook the group dinner, everyone eating together and a movie marathon (The ...

    Farewell NZ, en route FIJI

    A travel blog entry by earthwanderers on Apr 30, 2015

    ... which was 16 dollars, and I had the chicken curry of the day which was 18 dollars. The English pound to Fijian dollar is around 1 pound = 3 dollars, so Jonny's was about 5 pounds and mine was about 6. After dinner, we came up to the room to chill out as we're both quite tired, and we're going to most likely have an early night as we are up at 6 am tomorrow for a 6.30 breakfast, and then a 7.15 pick up to take us to port deneuras. We're so excited now for the island hopping to ...

    Last Day in The Land of The Kiwi

    A travel blog entry by erinanded on Apr 10, 2015

    ... along with lamb skewers, and deep fried calamari as starters. This was a fantastic meal, Malaysian food has some similarities to Thai food but the spices and curries are different. We'll be in Malaysa in about a week or 10 days, can't wait! Fully stuffed, Erin and I decide to walk back home and enjoy the after rain fresh air. Back home it's time to say farewell to Robin (see you in Thailand) and get to bed cause our shuttle picks us up at 6:00am, ...


    A travel blog entry by matthewpalmer on Feb 07, 2015

    10 photos

    Kia Ora everyone, I'm posting this whilst the jet lag is really starting to hit me.. But I'll stop complaining! 1st day in New Zealand has been great, sunny and warm all day with a strongish wind. Spent the morning walking around the city centre and the waterfront. Later in the morning I decided to get a water taxi to Devonport, formally an island in the bay which has now reclaimed by the mainland. It ...

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