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This has to be one of the most relaxed places we have ever been to. It is a stunning Island with beautiful little bays and amazing views wherever you go. We are staying in the centre of Oneroa, the main village on the island, and we wake up every morning to a view of the bay - blue sea, blue sky and warm sunshine. Fantastic!
We have spent some time exploring - it doesn't take long as the island is no bigger than the Isle of ...
We are here at last!! so far the weather is rain and windy, thanks Tracy for the loan of your jacket and umbrellas, muchly appreciated right now.
Today we are having a day of rest, after getting up the last couple of mornings first at 5am, and today at 4am, we decided to take things easy,our bodies are out of it's usual routine and not happy with us, :) our first impression of Auckland is, it's expensive!! taxi from the airport was $90, and a bag of chips ...
· New water pump.
· Replaced engine mount bolt.
· New drive belts.
So the total cost of the car, the repairs, all the pre-checks, road-side assistance, and insurance came to around $3,200 (£1,600). In theory, this is probably cheaper than renting even if we don’t manage to sell it. However, that does all depend on whether it makes it around the country without any problems. Still, we ...
... immediately sold you off trying their whites??? But having tried some very average reds, they brought out an outstanding red which we could purchase at a very reasonable price of NZ$105 per bottle. We of course ordered 3 cases!!! Just kidding!
Barbara and John treated us to the sampling and with 35 minutes to make the ferry back to the mainland we headed off to catch it.
Lovely crossing back and then we all ...
... on the way an extinct volcano with panoramic views. Drove into Auckland CBD, parked up and walked around, through the Main Street down to the harbour, back up to Albert Park where we went to the art gallery featuring an eclectic display of artwork. Returning back to the centre in time for sunset we went up New Zealand's highest building ...