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... you. It was an incredible view.
There was plenty to see: Sharks, Penguins, octopus, Turtles, and a variety of other fish and sea creatures. You could even get in and interact with some of the animals!
It was truly a remarkable place to visit.
I went for a casual Lunch at the Fish mart cafe & sushi bar, 20 minutes down the road.
After morning tea ...
... Meg thinking he looked like Curly Watts from corra to
Meg looking like the little boy from the adams family which made Ben and Nick
actually cry with laughter! Hysterical afternoon! We went for something to eat
and then quick change and off to the rugby. Eden park is a bit of a mission in
Auckland so had to get a train. When we got there the seats were amazing – I
was stressing about my choice but very happy! The game was amazing!!! The atmosphere ...
The day arriving in Auckland we caught the bus straight into the city, we thought it was going to be a big city . It was tiny , after looking through a few shops we headed towards the Auckland Sky tower , where we headed up to see the views and we had a hot chocolate and cake up the top. After that we walked back around town, catching the bus back . That night we went swimming and watched broadchurch in the ...
... go in to too much detail as I know our parents probably worry about where we stay, but the house at first seemed nice. After the first day we were told we weren’t to use her kitchen as she was grumpy when she got in from work (at 7 having started at 11). So we used a small portable one in the garage (come backpacker room) which meant we couldn’t cook fish and chips at the same time. We then found cockroaches in said room. She made un-reasonable demands of us ...
... tour to see the sights. In NZ it is sometimes like walking in a movie set. It seems so unreal even though I know it is the other way around. Seeing the haunted swamp, Lothlorien, lunch at Isengard and views of Rohan. A lot has been edited later into the movie (of course Isengard itself was not there ;)) but that doesn't take away the beauty of the huge landscape. After that I drove up to Glenorchy to do a part of the Routburne tramp. The rest of the world would call it hiking ...