Waldorf Newhaven Apartments Botany Downs
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... our own one. The scooter company was back on the island of devonport so we walked back to the pier and caught the ferry across for the second time in two days. It was just up the high street. We watched the necessary safety videos and did the paper work and we were off. It was amazing! Never ridden anything like it before and took a while to get the hang of turning and shiz but it was awesome. Top speed of 50km! Was so much fun on the island. The ...
... were awesome people. The hostel was having a bbq that night and for $12 you got steak, sausage, potatoes, salad, bread, and most importantly a free beer or wine from the bar. Good time to mingle with other people that were all our age backpacking, and get a few TUI beers back. Not a bad deal. Nice to switch up some meals which have been mostly oranges bread and ...
... in the restaurant to escape while we chose our meals. We shared some delicious oysters followed by beautifully prepared salmon and beef. We then went to bed to try and adjust to the new time zone which is 13 hours ahead of England. I took two sleeping tablets to help me suppress the discomfort of my injured foot which had started to bruise. It had been a lovely day and we had both started the transition to holiday mode relishing the experience of being able to relax and not ...
... Tuna sandwich packed lunches all round for us! Although we have already sniffed out a few cafés of which there are many here, something that is scoring brownie points with Anya. The pace of life is slower for sure. But that's why we are here. When people talk about rush hour in the centre of the city, they mean standing behind two other people while waiting for the green man at the crossing. When we wandered around town at 8am on a Monday morning ...
I have noticed that toilets in New Zealand are different than Canada. No, not the water flowing the other way, but the stalls are much longer, unlike Canada, meaning that even though the doors swing inwards, you don't bang your knees or have to climb onto the toilet to get out. The stalls are also wider. The toilet seats are a LOT narrower, more like a toilet in Canada with the seat up, can't be more than 2 or 3 inches wide. Strange the things you ...