Proximity Apartments Manukau
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsProximity Apartments Manukau
I stayed in the Proximity Apartments for 3 months in a 1 bdr apartment. It had everything that I needed and a nice view. The roomservice was very good and all the free stuff that came with it. The staff was very friendly and helpful. You have everything you need just outside your door. Cinema and shopping center just 1 min away and a lot of nice resturants. The train and bus services is also just outside the door. (Train into Auckland CBD just takes 40 min!) I will defenitly stay in Prox again if I had the change!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Proximity Apartments Manukau
Travel Blogs from Manukau
... independents. Whereas I could easily tell you what shops you would find in every single high street in the UK, here there is a big emphasis on 'Kiwi owned' and backing small businesses. It's refreshing in a world dominated by corporate capitalism. I went to the Australia v NZ World Cup cricket a week or so ago here in Auckland. I've really gotten into the World Cup here and the day was set up nicely with the two in-form co-host rivals playing out on a sunny Saturday in Auckland. ...
... read most of the way but just kept smiling to myself the whole time. I feel so far from my normal life but at the same time I feel completely at home. I absolutely love it here and am already planning an around the world trip for when I finish uni!.
Anyway, once we reached Auckland I checked into Base again and met up with Emer, it was really nice to see her again. There is an ...
... It turned out that the drive was quite a ways (over two hours), but we did get to see a good bit of the New Zealand countryside, the endlessly rolling green hills, farmland and forest. Even in the height of summer here, it is wonderfully lush and green. Once at the Waitomo Caves, we were led to an extensive underground group of caves full of enormous stalactites and stalagmites and were given the history of the ...
... 30 km.
Tuesday 16 December - Day 4: Konso local museum, Konso Village, Konso chief's compound - family graveyard and house of mummies. Konso.
Estimated Travel Time: 3 hours. Approximate Distance: 85 km.
Wednesday 17 December - Day 5: South Omo Research Centre, Jinka, Ari Village. Mursi Campsite in Mago National Park.
Estimated Travel Time: 4 hours. Approximate Distance: 205 km.
Thursday 18 December - Day ...
... table lands and this time bypassed Taupo to save time. We had lunch on the run with a flying stop in Cambridge and happened to bump into the NZ Prime Minister! We were too busy to give him any advice so we cracked on.
After encountering 20 logging trucks and some slow traffic we were in Auckland. Jen, as an ex Auckland local, has completely forgotten the layout of the city and managed to do a good job of guiding us down several wrong turns. As a result ...