All Seasons Auckland Ellerslie
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... family. I am so happy I was able to share this beautiful place with some of my favorite people. What is adventure and exploration, if you have no one to share it with?
Elizabeth and Laura left New Zealand about 20 wine bottles richer. Hopefully some of those bottles will still be around when we return to Seattle in April ;) Josh and I have been traveling just the two of us for so long, it was a refreshing change to travel with friends. Can ...
I arrived in Ellerslie, a south east suburb of Auckland after a lovely drive through countryside with large dairy, stock and fruit farms/orchards. Tirau is a town south of Hamilton which well known for it's main street where all the buildings and school sign are made of corrugated iron. I found my way to Cheryl and Craig’s house – google maps are great – met the family (Cheryl, Craig and Rhiannon), Stanley (dog) and Evie (cat). Rhiannon unfortunately had broken ...
... busiest streets in Auckland, was closed to car traffic and people were lined up all down the side walks. We soon found out that the Santa Claus parade was happening that afternoon, and that 250,000 would come out to watch. We decided that we would have to hang around to watch! After all, we missed the parade in Winnipeg, and it was a bit warmer out than what we are used to around Christmas! The parade was fun to watch. ...
... special’ line in the airport usually reserved for those crazy people trying to smuggle animal skins and ‘herbal medicines’.
Our hotel ‘apartment’ is pretty good, although no biscuits in the tea and coffee making facilities was very disappointed after a long haul flight! I was expected at least a custard cream. The view on the other hand is mighty fine (see photo).
In our jetlagged ...
... put on a few pounds, but hey! I've got to keep my strength up. So we demolished a Big Breakfast and a Giant Mocha-Chino each in Te Puke and were ready to take on Mount Maunganui which I now know, cos I consider myself a bit of an expert, is not a mountain just a large hill. I know what a mountain looks like and it's not a mountain. I know! Aint that right Bill?
We had a pitstop with Neal and Linda, two more of ...