Aristotles North Shore
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... I took charge in the kitchen and knocked out the most awesome roast lamb. The wine flowed, and we had a great evening. The next day we enjoyed the easy going pace of the town, visiting cafés and having a round of mini golf (which I won. Not that it was competitive or anything!). It was all over too soon and by Sunday late afternoon, we were back on our bumpy flight out back to Auckland. Although just a short trip, one of the biggest ...
... INDIA where we will not be disembarking.)
Arrive Bangkok, THAILAND, 4.40 pm
Leave Bangkok, Thailand, 8.50 pm, Malaysia Airlines MH 0779 (12A)
Arrive Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA, 11.59 pm
Friday 5 June – Leave Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA, 8.50 am, Malaysia Airlines MH 0133 (14C)
Arrive Auckland, NEW ZEALAND, 10.45pm (9 hours 55 mins)
... over to The a Rocks where thankfully we fine a pub to relax. Erin said this was a walking city..she was right we did our share today. Throughly pooped we head back to the hotel for a lie down. After a bit we are refreshed and ready for a bit of dinner. Not wanting to walk very far we head to a pub right across from the hotel. We decide on a fish and chips and a grilled local fish. Really good fish with a nice bit of salad, just what we ...
... that afternoon. After the spa we relaxed at the motel with popcorn and a movie- lush! The next day we were woken by sunshine hurrah! Sarah and I pretty much ran to the beach to get some sunbathing in. Unfortunately it wasn't too long before the clouds came out again. So we decided to go exploring and visited the famous Hot Water Beach. This was so much fun. There is an area on the beach where you can dig your own little hot pools. You have to be ...
... I had no choice but to carry on for my irritation began to build.
The first thing I had noticed about Rotarua was the strong smell of Sulphur. The town was famed for its natural hot springs and there were various areas in the local park where you could gaze upon what looked like steam. It rose from mystically from below the surface and alas, the town given the nickname 'Sulphur City'.
Around the town itself there were various Art Galleries and museums, which focused ...