Centr@l Precinct Apartment Hotel
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... Irish at that point.
We had to be up quite early for the kiwi experience and it was a night where we couldn't sleep as we were so excited and nervous. We were nervous for the fact that we had no idea what it would be like and how it works. We were going into the unknown and after five months of planning our own itineraries and transport, this was very new to us. We decided to go in with an open mind and see what they recommend and enjoy every moment! Kiwi experience here we ...
... but that would have ment to walk a lot with all the luggage. I had no energy left for this action, so I went for a shuttle service, still cheaper than a taxi.
Reaching the backpacker place, the guy at the reception decided to give me a private room even though I had booked a 4-bed-dorm - because, he said, I should really sleep the way I look. That was very kind of him, even though the room looks must ...
... the breakfast-appropriators to the airport, where we spent a lot of the next couple of hours cobbling together a new breakfast including fries, bhajis, crisps and fruit smoothies. In the end, we were fed a light but delicious breakfast on the plane too, so we needn't have worried. The service and professionalism aboard Fijian Airways were again excellent. The flight was a little delayed but we passed the three hour journey pleasantly, chatting to Adam from White Sandy Beach, ...
... be there about 4:20pm so that we got seats, and the bus was always early!
Kelly came back about 3pm, she’d been told by a friend that we were in Mcdonalds, well, that the car was. Spoke to Kelly for a while, then Ben returned from work.
Spoke to everyone until about 4:15pm, then headed to the bus stop. Ben came with us and carried Ari’s bag. The bus was already there, but had to wait a bit for the driver to appear.
The bus left Kerikeri about ...
... We had a quick demonstration on the grass and then about a 10 minute walk to where we jumped in. We had to say a prayer before this, which was a bit daunting!!! Our sledges (plastic bodyboard with handles and arm space). Rule 1..don't let go of your sledge! Well I did a few times after getting dunked in the Rapids a few too many times, it was all good fun, but showee hard work getting out the current. B was on an adrenaline rush and wanted more extreme! He did well. We then had ...