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 …
Ben and I are definitely flying by the seat of our pants. Nothing has been definite since the conclusion of the Bangkok job fair. Only after the job fair, we decided we would go to the job fair in Boston that is in the first week of February. As we began to research on flights back to the states, we had about a week with which to play. So, we did …
I had decided to go and explore Auckland. The main thing I wanted to check out was the Sky Tower. It's the biggest building in Auckland and I've never seen anything like it. It's over 1,076 feet tall and took 2 years and 9 months to build and cost $85 million NZ (New Zealand money). It was soo cool! To make it even better the restaurant Orbit 360 …
The flight from Melbourne to Auckland wasn't too bad, it was only three hours long. Going through customs was a different experience for me. They were much more strict than Australia. After I got my passport stamped I went through this hallway that probably had six or seven security officers and one had a sniffing dog. You have to slow down a bit …
month up with three or four nights in the basic DOC sites and then
treated ourselves to one or two nights at a holiday park for a shower
and to use the electricity. We loved the DOC sites though, as basic
as they were, as they are often in really scenic locations and with
very little light around it got dark as soon as the sun set; which
gave us the most stunning star scape again and again and also meant
we were often asleep by 9pm the latest! ...