Aloe Tree Backpacker

17 St. Georges Bay Road, Auckland, North Island, New Zealand | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 17 St. Georges Bay Road, Auckland, is near Auckland Museum, Viaduct Harbour, Parnell, and Ewelme Cottage.
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Christmas Day in Auckland

A travel blog entry by petermbeaumont on Jul 06, 2014

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... I had booked an appointment for her at 10:45 am. So we drove over there using Barbara’s car.

Karly was going to be about 25mins, so I went to get a luggage tag for the new bag and looked for a padlock. The prices were outrageous for the padlock (NZ$20) so settled for using the one I already had on my rucksack.

Then I got a green tea from Starbuck’s, updated Evernote and Nozbe ...

Latte welcomed us

A travel blog entry by cyberjai on Jun 12, 2014

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... system.

We excepted a lot of surprises during our drive and adventures, but our first surprise was at luggage belt. Luggage bag of mine and Deepan got missed and we were about to complain to NZ airport authorities. Later we found our bag which was unattended outside the belt area.

A Drop in the Bucket:

Auckland was very first drop of our bucket. We booked Toyato Prado from Hertz for entire north ...

Hot water beach

A travel blog entry by laura_schofield on Jun 12, 2014

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... stop myself and free my foot from the rock. Disaster averted we headed along the beach. The hot water is located in a quite concentrated area in which others had already dug some holes. They nicely offered for us to just extend the hole they had already created after anger failed attempts to find the heat! This we did and soon enough we were sat in the hot water pool, throwing water over ourselves to protect us from the cold air! Every ...

First few days with Helen

A travel blog entry by funkymonk132 on May 10, 2014

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... spirit in the kitchen! Her mother is a nurse in a local hospital, whom I did not meet until later due to her shifts. She is very warm and welcoming and always happy to talk. Helen has a younger brother aged six, called Daniel. He is a delight; always playful and desirous of attention. He calls me 'UK guy' and enjoys his large collection of guns, lego and playing on his iPad.

There is a lot of love here and I feel very lucky to have come to ...

Day One Hundred & Twenty Five: So Long, South

A travel blog entry by emmahannahmilla on May 07, 2014

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... track on a wheeled plastic buggy with a primitive braking system, whipping past the stunning views as we zoomed to the finish line. By now a week had passed, so with only a few days left of our camper crusade, we ventured back northwards up to Wanaka. Known as the laid back cousin of Queenstown, Wanaka houses a similar combination of beautiful lakeshore surroundings and robust adventure activities, but manages to remain an eminently manageable place, ...

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