The Sands - Waiheke Island
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Today we decided to go to Waiheke Island - about 20mins away from Auckland by ferry. We caught the ferry from Half Moon Bay and landed at Kennedy Point. We hopped on the Sealine tour bus and had a tour of the sights of Waiheke. We saw lots of vineyards (there are over 40 on Waiheke but only just over 20 make wine), and a few beaches. We were …
We woke quite early in our cabin and had a short walk to the river. We went back to see the biggest Kauri tree in the daylight before heading south towards Auckland. We should have taken the Lonely Planet's advice on town that we stopped at "when a town announces itself as the Kumara (sweet potato) capital of New Zealand then you know not ...
Caught the ferry to Waiheke Island today. It had two attractions, some walking around the coast and quite a few wineries. The weather was still blustery and showery but we still set off around the coastal path with a winery visit as an incentive. The first winery was called Jurassic Ridge, the owner had worked in Nottingham for 28 years (in a hospital) ...
... After that Donna could check in and we went through security, god knows what flashes up when they put my passport in but every single time it becomes a commotion, it takes triple the time as everyone, they stare and point for a while then call another two border guys over that also stare and point for a whole, decide nothing of it and let me go but it happens every single time! We killed some time walking around the airport where there were some fancy ...
... learn a song to greet them with once they welcomed us in..This was " Oma rāpeti, oma rāpeti. Oma, oma, oma x 2 pako pako pako bang went the farmers gun" All females had to enter the room first and sit at the back of the room..the guys followed and sat at the front..we had to remove shoes because they believe that no dirt from outside should be bought into the house..they then sang a song to greet us whilst walking in and welcomed us into their home in mairi language..we then ...