Copthorne Hotel Auckland City
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Landed in Auckland and because there are very strict rules about what you can and cannot bring into the country I.e certain, foods, seeds, fluids and outdoor clothing and equipment you have to declare or you are fined or even jailed. Dave decided to declare everything as he wasn't going to jail!! So when we got to customs we had to go to a …
... planes, cars and all sort of daily life technology like phone. NZ and Norway shared an oddity with the old rotary phones; the dial was "backward" with the 0 and 1 at the bottom of the dial as opposed to the top like the US. Anyway it was a LONG day touring the museum ans our feet were tired by the end of it.
We then got back on the Link bus. $4NZ (about $3 US) takes you all the way roud the city through various neighbourhoods. Good way to ...
I am writing this as I am standing in Auckland Airport waiting to see my family. The past 47 days have endured so many different - even contrasting emotions. I am positive that this experience will help me and affect me in many years to come. Char - we did it! We managed to catch our final plane back to Auckland. There were only a few hiccups along the way, of which we learnt ...
... He was into protecting the oceans and agreed that we must take action against climate change. So yes I got a bit into that.. The museum turned out to be a lot more entertaining than I was anticipating! The weather didn't really cheer up, so I went for a walk after lunch around the city again, discovering some funny little shops I haven't been in yet. Hopefully the weather cheers up tomorrow so I can go over to Waiheke ...
... the room to become available we enjoyed our second breakfast of the day in the Executive lounge. This was of course an extremely bad idea as once the room became available and we had had our showers, I conked out on the lovely soft bed while Vaughan continued to plan out our day completely unaware that I was no longer alive to the world.
Disappointingly when I woke up the weather had still not improved and we got a message from the tour operator saying ...