Allenby Park Hotel
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... bungee off of it, if you're one of those people with 90% of a death wish. Helen also showed me St Patrick's Cathedral, where for years she had attended mass with her school, though she is not and never was Catholic. The building itself has been renovated within the last few years, and is very interesting; though it has retained its steeple, it now has a facade of stone in the same style as the rest of the building, making it look ...
After the jump in my excitement I said I want to do it again. Rachel jumped, cool as you like, no screams, no swearing, just the wind in her hair admiring the view...that's my girl...way more elegant than my jump.
On the walk back we found ourselves at the lift doors again, the girl had taken my comments literally and we were back in the lift to jump again...I can admit I genuinely did want to do it again, the high from first jump had the blood pumping. This ...
We planned on a short trip to the North Island of New Zealand in the summer, as we know how cold this Island can get later on in the year. Unfortunately for us, there was a massive cold front and cyclone heading towards the South island and southern parts of the North Island, just while we were here. Reminisces of our Europe trip were flashing through our heads, as we didn't plan for the cold, so we didn’t bring the right clothes! Luckily the ...
... coming down from Auckland the bus had been so busy that they had put on an additional bus to cope with the overflow. The overflow bus had a nice relaxing day planned with a couple of nice walks and a night in the Tongariro national park. As I was only interested in doing the white water rafting at River Valley and that was cancelled, I opted for the more relaxed option! After such a hectic schedule it was great to have some time to take a breather and catch up. Once again we ...
... second-hand books and tasted Dutch Appleflappan. Delicious! A short walk took us to 3 of the island's wineries: Wild on Waiheke, Stony Ridge and Te Motu. We sampled some wheat beer and cider in the bustling beer garden of Wild on Waiheke before moving on to Stony Ridge with its charming stone buildings and eye-pleasing views of the vines and surrounding area. Although the setting was attractive, we were very disappointed with the service. Maybe our expectations had been raised ...