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Travel Blogs from Waiheke Island
... didn't leave until almost 12:30 pm tonight. We had dinner, saw a show, and then watched the city lights. When we went back to our room we realized that the Auckland harbor bridge had a light show on the bridge. So we sat on our balcony, finished our champagne, and watched the lights. We have two sea days and then we are in the Cook Islands. I think we also cross the international date line tomorrow, so we may have three sea days coming ...
... br> At the Museum of Auckland, apart from finding out (and almost immediately forgetting) about the history of NZ and all sorts of amazing things about the Maoris, there was an exhibition on the World of Wearable Art – www.worldofwearableart.com
I had a brilliant time with you, K & T - great introduction to NZ!
... it was all on my shoulders for a little over half a mile...I was dying. I know there are probably plenty of people in the world with occupations that require them to carry really heavy weights much farther than me (um, sherpas, hello...) but I was not ready for that... I had to stop about halfway and rest at a bus stop just because I wasn't going to make it all the way in one go. I almost considered taking a taxi but thought it ridiculous since it was such a ...
... me a lot of the US streets, for example the numerous independent food vendors. We walked down the main high street, queen street, and wandered over to the harbour for some ice cream. It just so happens the largest private boat was anchored their at the time, as we read earlier in the papers. We picked up our beast of a car, a Daihatsu Sirion 1.3, and drove to mission bay for the afternoon.
On the Wednesday, with use of the car we decided to book a night down in ...
... went outside to be met by a very jovial chappy called Glenn and boarded the Sky Shuttle bus for our transfer to our hotel in Auckland. This man was a cabaret star and kept us entertained all the way. There was some confusion as to which hotel we were going to, but soon sorted, very tired now, just needed some sleep. After a sleep we went into the restaurant for a meal, we had steak, egg and chips, the steak was ...
Other places to stay in Waiheke Island
4 Bay Road, Palm Beach, Waiheke Island | 4 star hotelfrom $155
35 Waikare Rd. Oneroa, Waiheke Island | Hotel$166 average
23 Tiri View Road, Waiheke Island | Hotelfrom $200
83 Delamore Drive, Waiheke Island | 5 star hotelfrom $749
34 The Esplanade, Waiheke Island | 5 star hotelfrom $501
Corner of Tawa and Huia Streets, Waiheke Island | Hotelfrom $498