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Travel Blogs from Waiheke Island
... t guessed so. Our pictures don't do it the justice it deserves and we hope we will be lucky enough to somehow come back as there is still so much more we want to do! We loved doing the kiwi experience as we have seen lots of hidden treasures but next time we will definitely do a campervan and get on the road ourselves! We loved the north and south island but our heart lies more in the south with the snow capped mountains. New Zealand it has been sweet ...
... great - no new stuff here! They definitely gave the image of being clean cut American boys (or at least they would have been boys in the 70s)). It was quite different from what we have come to expect from concerts. After the huge high quality screens of The Stones a few months ago, these screens were tiny and not as clear. There were no fireworks or fancy lights, although the write light beams looked fantastic as they displayed ...
... did get a stamp on her passport though!
Went to get the bus and found the next one wasn’t until 23:45, so had to wait on a bench until it arrived. Bus driver didn’t mind about the ticket being on my phone which was handy, and he told us which stop to get off at!
Took about 40 minutes for the bus to get to our stop, the we had a little walk to the hostel!
Went to check-in to the hostel and got told we were in two different room, ...
... 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 ...
... We kayaked out which took about an hour, it was 4.8km. We arrived, and embraced some of the natural beauty of the island ( trees, and volcanic rock). Than our tour guide Vinny, a local born and raised in Auckland (but who lived in Canada for a year) "represent", cooked us some steaks, salad, pasta, and bread to enjoy before our 1 hour hike to the top. We hiked through the forests all the way ...
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4 Bay Road, Palm Beach, Waiheke Island | 4 star hotelfrom $155
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23 Tiri View Road, Waiheke Island | Hotelfrom $200
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Corner of Tawa and Huia Streets, Waiheke Island | Hotelfrom $498