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Travel Blogs from Waiheke Island
... of the island! It was HUGE!
On our arrival, we met Debbie and she took us on a walk to the main village, Oneroa. It had just turned 9am and it was absolutely sweltering. There wasn’t a breath of wind, it was just stunning. Debbie was telling us how she got around the island mostly by bike which she had brought on the ferry, along with her hosts’ cat, Florence! After a wander around the shops, we decided to make the most of our trip, we should ...
... away as soon as my head hit the pillow. I had to check out my room by 10 this morning, so decided to join a walking tour that also started at 10 so seemed perfect. There were 3 other girls, 3 boys and our tour guide. One girl is also starting a 24 day tour tonight and heading to the Bay of Islands tomorrow. We decided we must be on the same tour, then were both made up because we had already made a friend :) We got ...
The kids were out again early today and we did the school drop off with Fiona. With the Leuschke kids at school and nursery, Fiona took us on a tour around Auckland. We can confirm there has been a lot of change since our last visit in 2005.
It was a lovely sunny day today (no rain forecast...hooray) so we had to make the most of it! We drove into the city for a walk around downtown. It appears Auckland has a much more advanced public transport system than it ...
We said our farewells to our camper on Friday afternoon and after a long wait at the depot eventually embarked on a white knuckle taxi ride round the streets of Auckland to our hotel. As it was fairly late by this stage we went straight out in search of the LAN offices (number 1) to try and rearrange our Easter Island flights and then food, eventually finding an asian style food court. As we walked back ...
... headed out to dinner and on the way out we bumped in to David and Eva who had been on our cycling trip and were spending an extra few days in Auckland. It was lovely to see them again.
Dinner was at the local Thai and was excellent, we returned to the hotel tired and ready for an early night.
No rush today so we requested a late check out and wandered in to Parnell for breakfast. After checking out we got a taxi down ...
Other places to stay in Waiheke Island
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23 Tiri View Road, Waiheke Island | Hotelfrom $200
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