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... which was nice. A good night was had, although the bar was really small and there was only our group and a few (interesting) locals there, it was still fun laughing at everyone's costumes. A good effort was made by all, to say that we had very limited time and resources. * I feel I should tell you about a little place we stopped off at on our road trip, called 'Bushmans.' It was seriously weird... A museum / shop / cafe all dedicated to hunting deer. We wasted a whole ...
I have now been in Auckland, New Zealand for 3 days now. It is a nice place, similar to any city. My apartment is right in the middle so stores are a quick walk away. The 12 hour plane ride was not that bad, getting off the plane was weird because that meant I was completely on my own and this was really happening. I have been busy setting up bank accounts, getting an awesome new phone, grocery shopping ...
... in Wellington - really quite an impressive interactive museum.
- Drunken night out in Wellington....finding my sister doing the Running Man on a multi-coloured flashing dance floor, clinging onto a glass of bubbly! Pure class!
- Watching The Hobbit in the Embassy Cinema a couple of weeks after the premiere was there.
- Wellington in general - Clare and I both fell in love with the place....and Clare's friend Glenys was a fantastic tour-guide!
- The Coromandel ...
B, Sammie and I were lucky enough to be seated together on the plane, unfortunately we were in the last row before the toilet and my seat stuck out into the aisle. This lead to a very frustrating flight for me as more often than not people walking down the isle or lining up for the toilet knocked my arm. This coupled with the flushing toilet and my sleeping pill not working meant I was pretty grumpy by the end of the ...
... excellent beers , and looking for glow worms
(which we found).
We stopped off at Rotorua, in the pouring rain, which seemed
to dampen down the eggy smell a bit, . and we saw the impressive Huka Falls
where the water from Lake Taupo is carried through a gorge about 30 feet wide,
at the rate of (quoting Paul here -) – 5 Olympic swimming pools per second, so
pretty fast then. We floated around in