Airport Garden Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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This is a draft entry so I can see what, I think, a typical entry will look like. Yesterday we travelled to Totara Park and walked the Puhinui Stream Trail. Need to write more to get the picture included in the text. Drove from Massey through central Auckland down the Southern motorway and turned off at Manurewa.
So we arrived in Auckland for our first stop in New Zealand! We hadn't planned anything for our trip but had given ourselves nearly 6 weeks to see everything. We got our stray bus tour pass booked through Sydney and used the next few days to try and plan out what way we would go first! We took a walk around the city, did a little shopping ...
... and other species’ very
existence. Possums introduced from Australia – the cute kind, not their
uncharismatic distant North American cousins – will eat just about anything,
including prodigious amounts of native vegetation as well as the eggs and young
of native birds and reptiles. So everyone gets in on the act of killing possums
(an extermination campaign which no doubt makes Kiwis’ mates from across the
Tasman Sea a bit ...
... were spent souvenir shopping, exploring the town's back streets, relaxing in the sunny harbour and preparing our bags for the next instalment of our adventure, Fiji! We leave New Zealand tomorrow having had an incredible 5 weeks, from skydiving to rafting, treks to the most incredible scenery, New Zealand has simply exceeded all our expectations. An amazing country! A special thank you to Kirsty and Laura for their surprise visit and to Zoe for her part too! Speak to you all in Fiji :-) ...
... stroke race as the kid raised his arm to pull down he'd pull himself along the lane rope instead (can't kid a kidder). If the breast stroke and front crawl races hadn't been enough entertainment, the butterfly surely gave us all something to subtly smile at. They either had a past pupil who is an Olympic swimmer or this Olympic swimmer was doing a good deed but the fastest pupils got to race him at the end. He did an individual medley while a number ...