Auckland Airport Pacific Inn
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... travel, nearly vital for your sanity. Reading has its place but often should be combined with noise cancelling headwear. The walk from the airport and the Tahiti airport motel takes less than 10 mins, though the walk up the steep drive/walkway makes you sweat toll it drops off your nose. Though we have a breakfast option down stairs, we needed to go out for dinner so money had to be out first port of call. Though there are ATM's at the airport, the map given to us at ...
... Irish at that point.
We had to be up quite early for the kiwi experience and it was a night where we couldn't sleep as we were so excited and nervous. We were nervous for the fact that we had no idea what it would be like and how it works. We were going into the unknown and after five months of planning our own itineraries and transport, this was very new to us. We decided to go in with an open mind and see what they recommend and enjoy every moment! Kiwi experience here we ...
... which I hit every time I wanted to signal a turn. I must have turned on the wipers 20 times.
Around noon we made it to The Auckland Museum. We saw a Maori presentation which had humor that kept us chuckling. We also saw a fascinating display called Wow featuring some really strange wearable art pieces. We included a couple of these in our photos.
It is now 7:00 PM and we can't keep our eyes open due to lack of sleep on the airplane.
... without a pit stop at Giapo ice cream parlour. OH MY WORD. I thought we were just popping in for an ice cream, but what we came out with was most certainly no ordinary ice cream. Let's just say we didn't eat dinner that evening... My 'Hokey Pokey' (a popular NZ dessert flavour) feast was piled high within a special wafer cone engulfed with chocolate, roasted almonds and crunchy honeycomb pieces. This place was like something that could rival Willy Wonka's factory. A ...
... u'. Fish and chips here is pronounced 'fush and chups'. On my previous 2 visits to NZ, I didn't spend much time in Auckland so it's all quite new for me. And obviously completely new to Anya. Similar to Australia though, the dollar is very strong making it pretty expensive here, pretty much on a par or even slightly higher than London prices. And with no sign of Tesco value range, Primark or Wetherspoons, there aren't many cheap options to save ...