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Aucklanders all ask, "are you going to Waiheke (Why-heck-ee)?
You get the sense this is where heaven is for the native New Zealander. Heaven, plus home for a nifty 20 boutique wineries spotted along the countryside.
Using a combo of local bus, walking and one day of rental car, we cover the island, including the far end of the island, not serviced by ...
... out to be one of the most nail biting matches of the tournament as NZ squandered a commanding lead to win by just a single wicket, in front of a passionate 40000 home crowd. The atmosphere had been electric throughout and I was glad to have had one of the hottest tickets in town for a fantastic day out. I even had to join in when the Kiwis started to sing 'you're worse than England'. Both of us have been thinking of home lately. Maybe it's the fact that we are starting ...
... going on in Auckland for 3 weeks at the moment so the 5 of us decided to head out at about 7 to find one of the displays. We kinda got a bit lost and not really sure if we found the place we were initially looking for but we did come across a park with some really cool displays. We had a wander round there and then headed for a walk back along the harbour which made a nice ending to my ...
... Today, there were clothing booths, jewelry booths, used books, restaurant booths, photography, all kinds of stuff! Some people looked like they just brought in the **** they've been storing under their stairs, while other people were actual artisans who were selling for their business. It was fun to look around, it was definitely a social gathering for a lot of people. But I found a bone carved necklace that I really love! I've been on the lookout for bone carving, ...
... in 1824. Following that, we were taken on boats, told to be absolutely silent and not to use any flash photography that might impact the worms, as once scared by light, they might not "come on" again for up to two hours. We boarded our boat in the pitch black (Vikki - "Can you see anything?"), and then, through a series of ropes tied across formations in the caves, the guide pulled our boat through the caverns. Initially, we saw ...