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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 12 hours. Customs took ages, big cues. Driver picked us up, gd chat and arrived at our hotel Peninsula Excelibular. Went to bed as was 230 am NZ, 10.30pm Singapore. Unfortunately a big horrible noise would keep coming from behind the wall, so we packed up and moved to another room. At least got upgraded a bit. Glad to be in bed now! Looking forward to exploring tmwo ...
... 27th May catch bus back to States with our last destination being Nashville including places like Washington on the bus journey down. Cannot wait.
Feels like yesterday I went to the Farm Shop to meet Yaz and the footie girls the day before I left. Now Yaz and I are both in our last few weeks of our adventure and meeting to do the last part together before I meet my best Van Hage chum Steve to finish off in California.Priceless.
... money but didn't really want to spend it on accommodation at this stage. A weight had been lifted, and now we can relax. It’s nice here, but they still ask a lot for food and acc, we were been paid £500 for this at the lodge and I don’t eat that much! But I think we can last 5 weeks, it’s not long and we don’t mind cleaning rooms much.
We plan to spend the last couple of nights in Auckland CBD and can’t wait to leave N Z now and get ...
This was a much more chill week compared to the last one. We stayed in Auckland and did day trips from our house in between searching for jobs and going to interviews.
After a quiet weekend we headed out to Devonport on Monday, a community on a peninsula north-east of Central Auckland. It turned out to be a more posh community, with lots of little cafes and shops. We found a ...
What a crazy 2 weeks.
We began by flying into Auckland where we stayed with a friend of a friend. There we met Kelly, from the US who was hoping to hitch hike around NZ. Since we had a car and would be good to split petrol, she rode with us, supposedly just for a few days but we had so much fun and was going in the same direction as to where she wanted to go, we ended up staying together for the whole trip.
We began by exploring Auckland, going around ...