Auckland'S Waitakere Estate, Heritage Boutique Collection
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The day begins, up 6am get Alex in the shower & tidy up our house prior to taking Alex home to his place, get him organised for his breakfast & unload his computer & clothes.
Hit the road for airport 7am. Traffic manic on southern motorway arrive at Gateway Hotel 8am check Teresa's car in, to learn next shuttle to airport 9am, our check ...
... went to Takapuna where we was meeting Jamie and Francine for brunch and an exchange of sweets and goodies sent over from home! Fuelled with Percy Pigs, we went and walked up Mount Eden, one of the 40 dormant volcanoes in Auckland, for a great view of the city. Early the next morning we was starting the Kiwi Experience bus going South and having spent too much time in the city shopping and eating (and hanging around Burger King for free wifi) we was eager to get ...
... the human population. More often than not, you can just drive for miles without seeing a single human being, but would have already spotted about one hundred sheep moping about... And even just casually chilling in the middle of the road. They rule this country, I swear.
However, there weren't any sheep encounters during my time in Auckland... It's far too built up here for such sheepish shena****ns. I was generously wined and dined by Anne, as well ...
... a self contained unit underneath my brothers mate Chen's house. We are a ten minute walk to a decent beach with a small parade of cafés and bars. Just 15 minutes by bus to the CBD (the centre) and further round the bay are more beaches with a very quiet village feel of shops and cafés. To buy here would cost $1m+ (£0.5m) so its fair to say we won't be here too long. But we can't complain as this has been a great help to get us on our feet ...
Albert Park in central Auckland was lit up with a variety of colourful lanterns to celebrate Chinese New Year. Well worth visiting if you are in Auckland over that time.
Also plenty of delicious Asian food to be purchased at the festival and Chinese keepsakes.