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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of Mt Eden. It starts to rain heavily while we are on the last hill, One Tree Hill, which funny enough is probably the worst place to get stuck out in the rain. There isn’t even one tree on the top of One Tree Hill to get shelter from the rain, as Maori protestors chopped it down in 2000. (This hill is the basis of the U2 Joshua Tree Album and its One Tree Hill song). Ron & I are absolutely soaked by ...
Arriving off the plane from Melbourne and inhaling my first taste of Kiwi air, I gathered my luggage, got interrogated by customs and made my way to the arrivals lounge. Scanning the crowd for my Great Aunt and Uncle in the hoards of taxi drivers, long lost partners and screaming family members was made slightly more difficult by the fact that I had never actually met them before and was going solely by photos exchanged a few days, weeks ...
... Island, one of the Hauraki Gulf Islands. It’s known as the “Island of Wine” because of its dozen or so vineyards – grapevines and olive trees like the soil and climate. Humans like its beaches and the escape from big-city life.
I was impressed by the Auckland War Memorial Museum. There was a special exhibition of entries from the World of Wearable Art competition, ...
... our backpacks, it takes longer than expected, mainly because we have spread everything out across the camper in various nooks and cranny's.
We wandered along Red Beach, with it's small weathered cliffs with trees hugging onto their sides, just about holding on. The weather remains warm, if a bit cloudy at times, but still holiday weather.
Most of our time however is spent relaxing and reading books, recharging ourselves for what will be a bust few days ...
... same. Never the less we were both looking forward to it. When I got on the bus to go to the swing, I wasn't nervous. I didn't see the point, I'd already fallen 15,000 feet out of an airplane a few weeks before, so falling 70m shouldn't be a problem, I had seen videos of people doing the swing in a variety of ways, from back to back to upside down and I had no idea how me and Sarah would end up jumping. An we arrived in the jump centre, the bungee jumpers were taken one way, much ...