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... with award winning wines, beautiful beaches and island walks. After the lovely cruise amongst other islands we finally arrived at the island of Waiheke. Off the boat we got, and feeling energetic we decided to walk into town. After 20 minutes walking along ocean view road, we arrived into the quaint town of Oneroa. It was such a cute town, with lots of small independent shops, bars and restaurants. There was also a bay with a long ...
... previous stars and some new ones. I won't spoil it if you haven't seen it yet but it is a must. On then to the Pizza restaurant set on a corner in Newmarket centre with outside and inside dining. We shared huge pizzas that were the best I had had.... Sorry Pizza express but you come second. As we were eating we could hear fireworks. Couple of people got up but by the time they had crossed the road they had stopped! ...
On Saturday January 31st we picked Lynne up from Auckland airport. We realised a few months ago we were both in Auckland at the same time so it was lovely to be able to meet up on the other side of the world and explore some of NZ with her.
Saturday was overcast so we went to the art gallery in Auckland which has had a new extension built which is really impressive. There were some permanent ...
... Devonport village is also on the North Shore although it's easier reached by ten minute ferry ride from downtown than by car. It's one of Auckland's oldest settlements dating back to 1840 and was first used as as a naval port making use of its 3 volcanoes as lookouts and positioning guns. Today you can walk around the ammunition tunnels on one of the mountains and get great views across the harbour and city. There's a distinct English village feel to the main street with it's ...
The very much upmarket Italian luxury Gheralta Lodge in Hawzien.
It is not for me to overthink this but with the introduction of an international airport at Jinka and the inevitable influx of tourists into the South Omo Valley, how will this change this part of the country?