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... walks up to a viewpoint over Auckland and, all for free,
underground tunnels and guns to play with and a well presented Navy
museum. An afternoon well spent.
Of course we stopped at Rotorua. The
smelly city which didn't actually smell that much (and when it did,
Paul weirdly liked it). It was a cool little place though gaining
favour with Paul again with its many mountain bike tracks. Of course
this meant spending one morning with the locals bumping ...
... partner Tess, who is originally from the island. Like Raymond, I hadn't seen Jonathan in a long time, probably 15 to 18 years i'd say. What a place! Spent the weekend being taken around to different vineyards and beaches. Its absolutely beautiful out there and it gets some amazing skies in the evening. None of this has gone unnoticed by Aucklands rich list and some of the houses or at least the parts you can see, are epic, that said most of the island ...
... fallen or those who have served. It was the moving force for the creation of a military command more independent of Great Britain. We didn't have enough time to do their sacrifices justice, but appreciated what we could learn.
Our tour passed the Eden Park, the home field of the All Blacks Rugby team. It is a revered game with friendly internal competition and fierce international competition. The fileld is also used for Cricket, soccer, and ...
as I strolled along some of the most amazing beaches the world has to
offer. Today’s adventures were a bit expensive coming in at $214 but were 100%
I finished off my day with a nice relaxing dinner at one of the local café
where I spend around $25 on food and drink. I returned back to my hotel
and hit the hay ready for even more adventures tomorrow.
This beach was reachable only by the way we walked in. High rock walls surrounded the sand. A small pool was connected to the ocean by a channel that ran between the walls. It would fill and empty with the motion of the waves. The beach really was quite lovely. It was lost on me though because all I could focus on was the brutal wind.
The walk back was challenging due to the hurricane-like headwind. At times ...