Auckland'S Waitakere Estate, Heritage Boutique Collection
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... Asking at reception was no help as she was foreign but we got out of it that we needed to go right and then right and then right again. We wondered around for about half an hour when we ended up at the main transport centre where the ferries go from too. Waihieke Island is the most famous to go to but that was $36 return, way too expensive for budget travels so we asked where the cheapest ferry went to. $11.50 to devonport, yep that sounds ...
... 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 ...
... were in a glowworm cave and he was a 16 stone Maori bloke! With this awesome day over too soon our next destination was Rotorua.
Having arrived the previous night we were ready to make best use of our time the following day. Quick side note about Rotorua, it is essentially a massive natural geothermal hotspot. Subsequently the smell of sulphur is everywhere; those who can recall GCSE science sulphur stinks of rotten eggs! After three days of this we both felt ...
... sad indeed and not Kiwi like. Auckland has a Population of about 1.5 million or 1/3 of the total NZ population and suffers from escalating Home-prices because of the pressure from newly rich Chinese and other Immigrants which pay the high prices and leaves the NZ born locals no choice but to leave and move further away from the City where they work adding to the commuting problem. My Home Country ...
Weird to think that we were on the 4th July but the US would not be celebrating it until tomorrow!!
Checked Facebook and got a few mails and notes done.
I tried to get Karly and I seats together on the Sunday flight to Auckland and then discovered that seats had been handed over to the airport and we couldn’t do it, but at the very least they linked our ...