Airport Travelair Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... hostel there were some obvious fans of hers checking in, so tonight may be a bit noisy! Just having a rest this afternoon after a hard days shopping, then heading out again tonight to meet up with some people that Sophie, Chloe and Floor met at a previous hostel. Looking forward to Hot Water beach tomorrow, fingers crossed the weather holds ...
... walks up to a viewpoint over Auckland and, all for free,
underground tunnels and guns to play with and a well presented Navy
museum. An afternoon well spent.
Of course we stopped at Rotorua. The
smelly city which didn't actually smell that much (and when it did,
Paul weirdly liked it). It was a cool little place though gaining
favour with Paul again with its many mountain bike tracks. Of course
this meant spending one morning with the locals bumping ...
Relaxed start to the day and then in the afternoon I headed over to Mt Eden by bus. I was expecting it to be more of a walk to get to the top but it wasn't very high and didn't take long to walk up. There was a very good view of Auckland and it's a volcano so there was a huge crater to see on top. Was quite funny when an American guy next to me asked ...
... driver. Not sure wether it was a scam or not we got on and for 150 baht he took us to our hostel. As recommended by Carl, we had a hostel on Kho San road, the place to be for the backpacker. By the time we got there it was dark and the street was buzzing! We dropped our bags and headed out to see what all the fuss was about. It was unlike any place I had ever been before. It was basically one street lined with clubs and restaurants amongst shops, then ...
... the edge of Volcan Telica, Leon, Nicaragua looking down into the erupting crater and seeing the molten red lava ooze out of the ground so far below me.
DID I EVER FELT UNSAFE? = NO, not even in Mexico City with all those riot police.