Centr@l Precinct Apartment Hotel
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... that as the weather was not improving we would spend the afternoon here, and it was fantastic. The place is called The Lost Spring and comprises of about 3/4 natural springs as well as spa treatments and a bar/restaurant. We booked a special package which gave us access to all the springs, a 30min treatment, a cocktail and a food platter. Totally worth it! Miriam had a massage, whilst Sarah and I had a facial and I can't think of a better way to ...
... around the streets, great atmosphere. Spent our last night chilling out before the long flight home. Little ones Nanny and Grandad took Spike up a very, very tall tower. When they got to the top they were a long, long way from the ground. Grandad was a little scared as he doesn't like heights and wouldn't walk across the glass floor. Spike and Nanny did ...
... headed out for dinner. We both fancied something a little different, so we found a nearby Thai restaurant called Pok Pok. You could bring your own wine for a small fee (bonus!) and we shared some really nice chicken, pork belly and spring rolls - yum! As I write this, we are all packed up, relaxed and ready to move on again tomorrow. Auckland is a nice little city, with some really good food and drink! Very up and coming. Tomorrow we get our hire car, and drive north to KeriKeri :) ...
... gorgeous parking spots. We visited the gorgeous town of Matakana and had a picnic at Goat Island marine reserve. We also stopped for a night Whangarei, the Northlands only City. We went to Whangarei falls and Ben went to the Abbey Caves.
We really considered doing a diving trip to Poor Knights Island but the weather wasn't great and it was really expensive so we opted for a sailing trip on the Bay of Islands instead.
... one of the staff members, picked us up in a Land Rover covered in resort decals and we set off to see some highlights from the properties 6,000 acres. The first stop on the tour was the properties 900 year old kauri tree. This thing was incredible. Despite their great size, these trees have sensitive roots, so we couldn't get right up to the trunk. We were still close enough to be humbled by its size and age. The highlight of the tour was when we wet the ...