BEST WESTERN Ellerslie International Motor Inn
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... and lunch at Elliots Stables (posh food court). Stoop went for Japanese andd I chose Cuban style fish, whhch was delic'. In the evening, I went for dinner with Lena, who I met back in Sydney. We ended up back at Elliots Stables. A tasty gumbo from a Cajan place this time.
Monday was a much needed lazy day for me. On Tuesday, I went with Lena to Waiheki Island. We walked ...
... for most…! The worst thing about waiting at this particular gate were the exceedingly annoying people flying first or business class. Call me an inverted snob but anyone who doesn’t fly economy is so unbelievably snobby and elitist I just scowl at them every time they saunter past with their designer carry on luggage and expensive suits. On this particular occasion, I was moving our luggage from one row of seats to another in the departure gate when the call went ...
... country's largest export earner, tourism is second, but is entirely subsidy free. The industry went through seismic changes in the 1970's when the UK joined the EEC and NZ lost much of its favoured trading status and then again when the wool market collapsed and the country concentrated on dairy. Now vineyards are expanding aplenty, especially in to red wine now (most red wine sold in the country at present is imported from Australia) but where the wine is sold outside ...
A smooth take off from Sydney airport. So far everything works and I've not broken any parts of the plane. Did try to open the closet instead of the toilet which caused some laughter with the staff.Note to self: remove glasses before attempting to wash face with hot towel.Films watched so far include pride, the old lady. And all with a gorgeous Argentinian C******nay.We are now making our descent into Auckland where we have a 90 minute refuelling before heading on to Santiago.
After 68 job applications but just 3 interviews since arriving in the country (and over 110 applications in total if you include those I applied for whilst travelling), I have found work. Next week I start a 3-month contract with St Johns ambulance. At least I will have professionals on hand to save my life when I collapse after a days work for the first time in 8 months. It has been painful though. First with the country closing down for around 8 weeks over ...