Airport Garden Inn Hotel
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... dropped my off only a short walk from my hostel in Mt Eden, a chilled sleepy suburb of Auckland. (Shout out to Dana for making sure I got the right stop!)
Finding the key left for me by the staff, I promptly dropped off my gear and went to find the showers, because by God was I ready for one! Though the hostel was fairly well occupied, I wasn't much in the mood for socialising, and went straight to bed, forgetting any notion of jetlag and time zones and just sleeping.
... was so tiny – a Suzuki Splash. Lucky there was only two of us – we had to fold the back seats down to put our luggage in. We would have had to do that even if wed only had one bag.
It was like driving home as we headed out to Halswell. This was our third trip to Liz and Tim’s in the last three months. Al’s dad’s had been diagnosed with an aggressive ...
... that we had a flat tyre – one of the inner back tyres, which we probably wouldn't have noticed until the tyre was ruined. Jeremy called out the AA who were very efficient and the tyre was changed. Our first flat for five years – and hopefully for the next five years!
Many friends have told us that, when in the area, we must visit Tiritiri Mantangi Island which is a scientific reserve, a wildlife sanctuary managed by the Department of ...
... for wifi. Once the phones were sorted we walked over to the Sky Tower which was only 5 minutes away from the hostel. Whilst buying our tickets Henry managed to use his student card to get a discount which he was very chuffed about. Once the tickets were bought we got in the lift to find it had a glass floor, we found it hilarious how everyone in the lift did everything to avoid looking down at the floor! We reached the 61st floor where ...
... I walked them over to the bench where I would take the necessary details for the near miss. Oh and I didn't get a "thank you for saving my child's life" either. RUDE. I was quite concerned as my sunglasses had sunk to the bottom of the deep pool. They're designer and prescription and my mother would go mad if anything happened to them. So as soon as I could, they were the next thing I needed to rescue. Rather than hop back in myself I asked all the ...