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... were both awake and pretty certain that the guy in the bunk above L was going to vomit, luckily he didn't. There is a lot of fast food, and pies in NZ (even sold in McDonalds), the two chains we have seen almost everywhere we have visited were Hell, a pizza joint and Burgerfuel, which fuels humans. We sampled the delights of Hell in Rotovegas (it was delicious) and felt we couldn't leave without sampling Burgerfuel's delights. We couldn't bring ourselves to order a ******* ...
... a perfect place for lunch. So that is exactly what we did, we ate up our sandwiches and crisps. We also got chatting to a Welsh woman who has a daughter and gran child who leaves on the island, so this was her sixth time out here, lucky her we thought. There was many walking trails and we had time before we had to head back for the 6.15pm crossing. We went in search for some water and a tourist information centre, after completing these tasks ...
... at the very start of our trip. Auckland was a cool city who's markets and trendy bars and cafes made it an easy place to explore. We officially started our Kiwi experience bus a few days later with our first trip North to the Bay of Islands. Whilst we were there we had our first solo day of the trip, with Becks visiting Cape Reinga for the day where she went sand-boarding, and Ella took part in a dolphin watching trip where she unfortunately didn't get to swim with ...
8.2.2015 Auckland, New Zealand Km: 92722 Last camping / Letztes mal campen
After a warm adoption of Lisa and William we drive along the coast and drive to Waitangi. Coincidentally, today is exactly Waitangi Day (National Day in New Zealand). We stop briefly, but then go on. Towards evening we find no free camping and still have a long way to go, but we finally find ...
... and also an exhibition called the Light Show which had been at the Hayward Gallery London. Some really interesting artworks using different forms of light which we all enjoyed. The lunch was good too! We also walked round Albert Park with the intricate shapes of the pohutekawa trees and colourful flowers and on to the impressive museum which we viewed from the outside and took in the view as well. That evening ...