Allenby Park Hotel
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... two girls. We had then had to drive one of his flat mates Ashley(basically his girl friend) to the airport. She works as a flight attendant. After Adam got his kiss goodbye we were headed to the market to pick up supplies to make nachos for dinner. Adam cooked while I shredded the cheese. Surprisingly enough the nachos turned out great! We sat and ate dinner with his other flat mate Mel. She was a riot. She had ...
... smooth so the take off was too, though it was strange to see the water spraying up from the floats of the plane. Once airborne we flew along the main Auckland shoreline, over Devonport on the left where Sam and I had got a ferry across too last time we were here and bought the picture that hangs in our bedroom. Then we went on to Rangitoto island, which is an old volcano, with the crater clearly visible, though covered in trees and vegetation - we circled this ...
They days are starting to blend together a little more as I go on my first full week of being here. Friday morning started off a little boring. We had to sit around and wait on the girls to get back. We talked to Lisa, the lady running the front office while Barb is out. She said that she will be able to get Chase, Erin, Morgan under that same roof.
We spent most of the morning getting the girls antiquated and getting their hop cards and showing ...
... of temporary structures of scaffolding and polystyrene and the like. When the Hobbit trilogy was on the cards, the set was rebuilt in a much more permanent fashion and nowhere is this more evident than by the lake. At the water's edge is a mill, next to a large two arch bridge made of great blocks of stone. This bridge takes you over to the Green Dragon, the local pub. There are no facades here; stepping over the threshold, we were handed a locally brewed ginger beer and ...
As we were approaching our stay in Auckland I was starting to worry about where to stay. We only had the camper for 2 more days, there was no freedom camping and we had nothing booked. In a last ditch effort I posted on Facebook to see if anyone knew anyone who could put us up. Our friend Rachel from work back home posted that her cousin Mandy lived there and would see if she had room at the inn! As luck would have it Mandy was free and had space. Her, ...