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... the wharf where we caught the ferry to Auckland. Once back on the main land, we walked around for a little, enjoying the city at night. Even though we were both full from our amazing dinner, we ended up at a dessert kitchen. We shared a vanilla bean brownie milkshake and an exquisite cake. It was a coconut and white chocolate cream cake covered with a light raspberry shell and topped with raspberry compote. Outstanding.
Full and exhausted, we finally made it back to the hotel.
... sind bereit für den nächsten grossen Schritt.
Zuletzt kocht Stefan ein Nachtessen (Ente, mit Kartoffelstock und Bohnen), das wir wohl nicht so schnell vergessen werden. Es ist etwas vom Besten das ich auf der ganzen Reise bisher gegessen habe. Vielen Dank für die Gastfreundschaft in den letzten 3 Wochen.
Meine Reise hat sich im letzten Jahr sehr verändert und zusammen mit Francesca werden wir wieder neue Wege gehe.
... red route that costs 50 cents and an orange much longer route probably 4$ . Can't fault it the commuters must love it transport Costs are practically zero !! So that was yesterday. Today we have chosen to go to Kelly Tarlton Sea Life centre. We were told yesterday they provide a free shuttle every hour at the half hour. So we dropped the chuggy little car off at Apex and set off to catch the free shuttle. 10 :30 and the bus came. First time we have travelled in a 22 seater couch with a ...
... though. You could see the coast to the east and to the west.
- I wasn't able to stay up very late while there, the first night I fell asleep around 8:00, and the next night around 9:30.
- the second night I got a look outside of my window at the hostel and really wished I could have had enough energy to see the city at night.
- I also would have liked to go to Devonport as the views of the city would have been great
And thats what I did in Auckland.
Headed out of our camp down towards Auckland and although the scenery was nice nothing really special on this north western stretch.Arrived at Half Moon Bay west of Auckland early afternoon to catch our ferry across to Waiheke Island. As we were at Half Moon Bay a little early we had a look around the pleasant harbour area and found a nice bar for a cold beer in the sun. Got the little ferry looking out for dolphins, however, didn’t see any again but it was a really nice ferry ...