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... going to do?”
“I don’t know, work on farms, volunteer, get lost and meet new people”
“Are you going to work on a bloomin’ onion tree farm?”
“Yeah probably, and drive a Subaru Outback in the outback”
“And eat shirmp on the barbie?”
“Yeah probably and say good day mate to everyone”
“And get a pet Kangaroo or kola instead of a pet dog?”
... cooked dinner and pretty much passed out in the king size bed! The next morning I woke to get at 7 to have breakfast and meet Mel and Jed to pick up our hire car for our time in Auckland. A half hour walk in the rain wasn't exactly ideal but we eventually found the juicy rental office and picked up our very fetching white nissan. I volunteered to drive to Kelly Tarlton's Sealife Aquarium where Mel and Jed were leaving me for the morning. After a few ...
... Australia. It had been over a year since we last saw him and he was good enough to house us for a few days whilst we had an over due catch up and were shown what Auckland and the surrounding area had to offer!
We had a great time catching up and reminiscing and was the perfect way to start our travels before jetting off to French Polynesia for two weeks of paradise in the middle of the Pacific!
Until next time, catch ya!!
... of hours. It is not enough time as the Museum is divided into three floors, one dedicated to the Maori and early European settlers, one floor to the geological and natural habit of New Zealand, and the final floor to New Zealand military history. All were very nicely arranged and organized. The Maori waka was a very long canoe with intricate carving and room for 100 warriors to paddle into battle. The Maori chief's house shows the architecture emulating ...
... bottle of wine.
We were lucky to have a room with a balcony this time so we sat and looked back on a great trip, sharing the wine with Bas who had come to help us with ideas for our next port of call - the Coromandel peninsula. As we did so a huge cruise ship made its way out to sea from the harbour.
Dinner was downtown at the Viaduct - it wasn't great but to be honest it ...