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... crew in economy class and they were both great. However, the toilets were tired and few and we were left feeling that it was no wonder Air NZ won airline of the year!
It was great to exit the airport without having to go through immigration. We picked up our bags (after last year there is always a certain amount of tension with this) and found our way to where the buses were. David had asked and we found out that ...
... the lovely weather. City parks are so different than suburban parks. Here people are out because so often they live in tiny apartments. The parks are their only place to get outside to enjoy the outdoors and play. We take a lot for granted living in the suburbs where all we have to do is open the back door!
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... dorms and eating areas. Other interesting facts included that it cost $60,000 a year to attend and that did not cost the boarding fees. There has been new initiatives recently taken to bring those who couldn't afford that amount to come to the university such as Hex help like we have a home. It would be such an amazing experience to study there - such a different lifestyle there then to home. Afterwards we headed back to the hostel, had another nice dinner ...
... they were throwing boxes of "Tea" off of the boats. From here we took a fairly long walk along the harbor to Long Wharf. After that we stopped for lunch at Quincy Market where there were so many food choices and such big crowds it was difficult but we found some delicious wood oven pizza.
After lunch, we shopped for a little while and found A magnet for our collection. We took the train over ...