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We are at Auckland airport waiting for our connection to Chicago via San Francisco. Have just seen a beautiful full moon over the nearby hills. A fellow traveller tells me this won't happen again on Black Friday until 2048. We have a continuous Black Friday as we get to Chicago 10:30pm if flights go to ...
... and jump into a dead fish position - although as I jumped I was so scared I just fell! Think the fact you don't have to stand on the edge makes it easier but still what a rush! On both that and the swing for a split second I couldn't help but think 'am I still tied on'! Luckily I was. The evening was our last night as a group so we decided on a group meal together at Winnie's pizza house. A real treat eating out and a lovely way to spend our last night together. Tiersa, ...
... that they light up at nighttime so it can sleep and then you have to look really carefully to see this adorable creature. I got lucky and got to see it twice and I absolutely fell in love.
Tomorrow we’re heading to matamata and hobbiton, the set location for the shire in Peter Jackson’s t films as a nice start to the tour and then we’re spending the night in the very geothermal ...
A stroll through the sunny streets of Auckland brought us to its harbour, a lively place. Pacific and Tasman Sea are just a few miles away from each other, with Auckland squeezed in between. It is a very watery city, sea-arms everywhere. Many ferries allow for considerable short-cuts for the commuters.
A section of the pacific side is taken by all sorts of marine activities related to yachts and other ships: brokers, refitters, builders, they're ...
... Mr H spent much of the tour wittering about the "real" two towers in Birmingham and the Ivy Bush Pub, and was more enthusiastic about the vegetable garden than the hobbit-holes, but we both enjoyed our pint at the Green Dragon (ginger ale for Mr H and an Amber Ale for me!)
We drove on to Rotorua after the tour, which we will cover in the next blog...
Lots of love from NZ!
Lyndsey & Martin