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Travel Blogs from Waiheke Island
... table lands and this time bypassed Taupo to save time. We had lunch on the run with a flying stop in Cambridge and happened to bump into the NZ Prime Minister! We were too busy to give him any advice so we cracked on.
After encountering 20 logging trucks and some slow traffic we were in Auckland. Jen, as an ex Auckland local, has completely forgotten the layout of the city and managed to do a good job of guiding us down several wrong turns. As a result ...
... go to the rest rooms and 5 mins later they called all the vehicles on to the ferry! I got Dad and we walked on to the ferry!
The crossing was lovely we took loads of pictures.
The first planned call was right at the end of the island, in the bay Man of War. The bay was just incredibly beautiful as can be seen.
After Karly and I had taken photos of the beautiful bay we all sat inside and I tried a ...
... going to do?”
“I don’t know, work on farms, volunteer, get lost and meet new people”
“Are you going to work on a bloomin’ onion tree farm?”
“Yeah probably, and drive a Subaru Outback in the outback”
“And eat shirmp on the barbie?”
“Yeah probably and say good day mate to everyone”
“And get a pet Kangaroo or kola instead of a pet dog?”
On the road again. I left at 7am this morning for Tokyo so it was an early start. I spent my last night in Auckland with my friends Jeff and Claudia at Mangere Bridge and Jeff took me to the airport at 5. I'm not sure what he did to deserve getting up at that hour for me but it was appreciated.
Check in was easy and quick but then I had ...
... ones for backpackers travelling on budget. We would be having very hard times if we were travelling without Gonzalo´s parents.
After dinner Gonzalo´s mum wanted to go for a short walk. The rest of us felt like going straight to bed, however, she convinced us to get out of the apartment at least for a while. I finally started to like the idea because I believe that cities change their look by night. We managed to reach the harbor and just wander around. As we ...
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