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The kids were out again early today and we did the school drop off with Fiona. With the Leuschke kids at school and nursery, Fiona took us on a tour around Auckland. We can confirm there has been a lot of change since our last visit in 2005.
It was a lovely sunny day today (no rain forecast...hooray) so we had to make the most of it! We drove into the city for a walk around downtown. It appears Auckland has a much more advanced public transport system than it ...
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I honestly do not know where the last month has gone, it has flown past, only feels like yesterday I was getting off the plane and now it was time to leave and move on to the next stage of my adventure. Check out was 10am so after saying goodbye to Dom, Lena and Jeanine I had a good few hours to kill so I went to the cinema. It was a big multiplex place, not my favourite kind of cinema, but my word the seats ...
Today started down at the Aukland harbour where there was the most incredible double rainbow ... the bonus to all this rain. It has been raining cats and dogs here! Did you know that when there is a double rainbow the second rainbow is a mirror image of the first and so the colours are in reverse (look closely at the photo below). We travel out to Awhi Whanau Early Childhood Centre at East Tamaki and along the way another complete rainbow ...
Today we hired a car for the weekend! It's an automatic tho which is weird to drive, my left foot just feels so useless. Drove 3 hours south as we had booked to go on a Maori culture experience thing. Maori people are the natives to New Zealand and their culture is still present in NZ today, with the tiki statues, place names and they are the ones where the 'Haka' originated from.. That scary dance thing the rugby players do before the match. The drive down ...
... Now, during our trip, I have to admit, the small talk that we have had to make has become incredibly tedious. Telling everyone who we are and what we're doing etc. But one of the more difficult tasks is explaining to people where the hell Keele is (the uni stevo is going to), which is harder than it sounds considering most English people have never even heard of it, so try explaining it to a German! In any case, we have not met one single person who knows where it was, that ...