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 …
I am rostered off today which is a good thing as my knee and calf muscle are giving me grief. When we arrive at the Auckland University ground we are greeted by several very fit-looking, very young, smartly dressed cricketers. What are we in for? Turns out they are the Uni First grade team who are playing a semi-final of the Auckland One-day competition on the number 1 ground.
Fortunately the Fingletoads who are waiting for us on the number 2 ground are ...
... with us. They are on a 5 month trip, but previously had been on a 10 month trip. Chatted to them for a bit and then realised the bar was closing in 10 mins for food, so quickly got our orders in. After supper we bumped in to nelly, a French girl who was also on our trip. She is a cancer research scientist, so was very interesting sitting and chatting to her. We arranged to meet the next morning to do the walk our guide recommended to us. She was telling us that when the mauris ...
... br> We drove to Cape Reinga which is the very top of the North Island! On the way we stopped at Kerikeri where the oldest stone house is situated. We had been recommended our lunch stop a fab fish take away shop right on the coast and ate out of paper!!
The drive was longer than we thought and we were so disappointed when we got there to find loo's and a water fountain! No sign of a tea shop........... Did not get back to the ...
... From the top floor of the building (a couple of floors above where we parked ourselves in the café) was the spot where various brave souls allowed themselves to be propelled at high velocity to a target beneath us. Unlike a bungy jump this was a one way ticket to the bottom and a necessarily far more controlled descent (presumably because a bungy chord would allow for enough slack to cause a few punters to meet their graphic end against the walls of the sky tower much ...