Auckland'S Waitakere Estate, Heritage Boutique Collection
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... as darkness crept up upon the city and it became illuminated by lights. It was really peaceful and although it would have been beautiful to actually see the sunset I was still glad I'd gone up at that time. I went back to the hostel around 9pm and got talking to Pat, an American guy who was in my dorm room. He's travelling the world on his motorbike and New Zealand is his last stop before going home. He's been to about 30 different countries so far. From what ...
... 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 ...
... the west coast, stopping at a few choice spots along the way, including the Pancake Rocks and blowholes at Punakaiki (weathered layers of limestone that resemble an immense stack of giant pancakes, alongside huge sea caverns where the surf surges in and sends spumes of brine spouting up through vast blowholes), and Hokitika (located on a long driftwood-strewn beach and renowned for its craft scene) before finally disembarking at Franz Josef. Part of ...
Well weather has been cool and cloudy this week...they said Thursday would be the best day so we chose Thursday, our last day, do the Cream Trip hoping they were right...a route used in past to transport cream and other items to and from the islands. The trip we took followed this historic path and delivered supplies to the residents in remote beaches and bays. Well we waited all week and booked our Cream Cruise ship for Thursday as it was the only day the weather man predicted ...
12. I wish I hadn't started capitalising now...The Tree That Grows Out Of A Rock While Being Constantly Battered By Wind And Waves At Cape Reinga. How is it still there?
13. Feesh And Cheeps. Large portions, and costs less than a Moro bar.
14. Coromandel FM. The music, the news, the lifestyle.
15. Michelle And Steve Vs NZ Birds. The birds took an early lead with their poo in the tent but ...