Quest Auckland Serviced Apartments
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Great place to stay, close to Central Auckland, comfortable and well serviced.
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Firstly, may I profusely apologise for the lateness of this post, indeed, the last few months have caught me in somewhat of a whirlwind romance (not exactly Mills and Boon worthy but quite lovely all the same) and this has in turn distracted me from the task in hand of documenting my continued travels overseas. Increasingly however, these travels …
... fun. We arrived to our first camp site well after dark, but that is not saying much, as it is the middle of winter here, and the sun sets around 5:00pm. While I was driving, Joe, Steph, and Lennea were talking excitedly about the stars and how clear the night sky was and how amazing it was, but I was focused on driving, and was unable to look up at the night sky die to the bed over my head in the driver seat. So when we arrived and I was able to get out of the van for the first time and ...
... our hosts, including mussels for entrée, lamb and a wonderful selection of vegetables and salads for the main course and hoki-poki ice-cream and fruit salad for dessert. John Dedman unloads the kiwi hat to John Dighton for enquiring of Stirling when asked to open the batting today "what number is that?". Our host gives their man-of-the-match award - somewhat tongue-in-cheek - to Paul Cullen who was umpiring today and gave out 4 of the Stallions batsmen LBW.