Chalet Chevron Bed And Breakfast Hotel
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... pretty different, however we got talking to a couple of guys as we started to cook our pasta. Big, tattooed, bearded thirty something year olds who were from somewhere else in New Zealand, only staying in a hostel because it was cheaper than a hotel for the nights they were here at 'Armageddon'. They were joined by another long haired bearded guy and dark haired/dark make uped girl. Never judge a book by its cover, as they were all lovely and invited us to join them to ...
... walk around to stretch our legs and take some photos. It was about this time I discovered Id been attacked by bed bugs all the way up my right leg and they itched like crazy! After a bit longer on the bus we did a supermarket stop to buy food before arriving at the bay of islands just after midday. You basically have a set number of days at each place unless you want to stay longer and 'hop off the bus and hop on another' which run every two ...
We are now in Auckland, NZ. After 3 flights and over 13,000kms several meals and 17 time zones we are very close to hold our Stephane in our arms! (Some sappy stuff for the girls... I can't wait and looking at Dominique and Lynne they are super eager to see him as ...
... head at once. So lets start off easy with a few stats.
I travelled for four and a half months. That's 135 days. I covered three continents and 26 countries, plus Monaco and the Vatican City. I stayed at 50 hostels, hotels and BNB's, not counting those nights spent on overnight transport. I've covered thousands and thousands of miles on 10 planes, five ferries, one rental car, almost 40 intercity trains, and countless buses, coaches, inner ...
... they were useless. This is where we bumped in to Charlie who dragged us along to his rather interesting lecture on Mens Rea. Criminal law was more interesting than equity law. We finished uni at around 1pm and headed to get our second lunch before going to 'Milse' because Su was craving some chocolate. We had an assortment of truffles which was very nice. We arrived back home and played some table tennis before heading out to the gym again where I did some weights while ...