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... the tunnel they have a conveyor walkway which takes you through. Once we had enough of the sea creatures we headed to Cromwell Park where we saw a very cool tree. Then we headed up to One Tree Hill which has an excellent view of the city. After a quick stop at Karen's house we drove to Kawakaea Bay where Kirk collected a few cool shells. We finished the day off with dinner at Lone Star with Karen and her partner ...
... 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?”
... nearly 4 hours to get Auckland and we arrived in the dark and in the pouring rain! I dragged my case to the hotel which has turned out to be perfect for me! No sharing and it has a kitchen, lounge and TV - luxury! I then walked Mel to the hostel where she was meeting Jed. Once there we located him and headed to the shop. I stocked up with enough food supplies to last me the next week before we jet off to Hollywood! It was then a walk back to the hostel where ...
... like Gucci and what have you, then it was time to say goodbye- so strange knowing I probably won't see Donna again! Such a lovely amazing girl going out on her adventure and me setting off on the final leg of mine. Plane time. I was originally looking forward to the plane but this journey was horrendous, luckily noone was next to me so I could spread out but I couldn't get comfy and a guy infront of me kept snoring, there was a fitty sat opposite ...
... days in New Zealand.
Getting one hitch straight, baaaaaaaaaaang, with a Swiss-German guy for 6 hours our
journey was almost complete, woooooooooooosh, or at least we thought so until
we was picked up by Dennis and Bernard Fernandes; two brothers from Trinidad
and Grenada. Bernard, a music teacher and musician had just been to WOMAD
festival and was still buzzing with musical experimentation and flavor.
Deciding to go further into ...