BEST WESTERN Ellerslie International Motor Inn
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With truly horrible weather during the night and forecast for the next few days, may as well head for the city because there may be more indoor attractions than in the country. Leaving Whitianga (which would be an awesome place in summer) at 9.15 , continued around the top of the peninsula, angry seas and rain and wind, 42 km to Coromandel. …
... not playing a card game with more than two people for 9 months?!?! Man, Go Fish is much more challenging with 5 people, I tell you what!
After an absurdly long farewell at the Parnell bus stop, Elizabeth, Laura and Kalah headed to the airport and on to Sydney, while Josh and I crashed at my cousin Maroussia's house for the night before our flight back to "reality" and work in Akaroa. I cannot put into words how weird it is to be in a place so ...
... 2 weeks before they left. I dropped them all at the airport on the Sunday evening and then drove back for 3 weeks in Ellerslie. June and Iain (friends from Aberdeen) arrived the following day from visiting a previous work colleague of June’s who lives north of Auckland. Our first trip together was into Auckland was to the Maritime Museum and a sail round the habour. This was an early Christmas present from friends and it was great fun and lovely views of the city centre or as in ...
... t believe how many pipe and drum bands and cheer-leading troops there were! I didn't even realize that cheer-leading was a thing outside of the U.S.
Once the parade wrapped up, it was time for us to say good-bye to Auckland (and New Zealand) and make our way to the airport. Josh and I strategically packed our bags with the intentions of saving room to buy duty free alcohol to bring home, specifically ...
... spent around an hour wandering the streets of Auckland to find somewhere we liked to eat for tea, only to decide on the restaurant outside our hotel door! Very tasty home style food, I had the local fish & chips (snapper) and Jo had lamb shanks. Both were amazing and may have to go there again before we leave Auckland.
There wasn’t much to do on the flight so I (Tom) thought I’d write a little feature: