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... no-one is exempt. Whether it be the ref, the opposition, their fans, the stewards or even the fellow supporters fit girlfriend, English football has a unique following that is hard to beat anywhere. But if this is the best that New Zealand serves up and I am regularly going to need my football fix then this is the new standard that I shall enjoy. As time goes on, maybe the firm of 8 will become 9. At least I can still wear my Boro shirt and have no fear of being beaten ...
... with lots of galleries, boutiques and restaurants - managed a little bit of shopping!
Came back and had a swim and then got locked out of our room in our wet swimsuits and robes!
Reception were really busy with a load of people from the big cruise liner so we had to wait, wet and cold, for about 10 minutes to get into our room. Not happy!
Just back from a trip with Grant and Nichole - more in next blog.
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... bus, Timo, took this opportunity to get a selfie with me in the background fast asleep. For Charlotte, Caroline and Jacqueline, Auckland was their final stop and they were all continuing travelling alone. As people were leaving our tour, some more joined. We had another meeting at 7pm in the hostel reception to meet them and then all went out for tea together. Caroline and Jacqueline joined us and then came to our hostel (ensuite!!) room for a little while before we had to say goodbye ...
... the stars. The last section took us through a neighbourhood of homes, one house interested us more than the others. It appeared to have been jacked up on jenga type chunks of wood, presumably to allow the owners to add a storey to the house, we have enclosed a photo for your interest. The end of the walk was in Manukau harbour, managed to find a bus that would take us back near to the hotel. ...
The girls have only seen a Pukeko in a book given to them by one of their Aunties, so today was very exciting. We saw at least 15 'in real life' as Emma says.
The Leuschke kids went to school and nursery for the last day of term three and we went to a newer part of Auckland, Stonefields, to have a look around. The girls took Jen through her paces during a scooter ride around the ponds and Sarah was the first to point out ...