Elliott St Apartments Hotel
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We started out by saying goodbye to our hotel, then loaded our stuff on the tour bus for an insipid guided tour of the city. It's not that the guide was bad; just that everything he showed us used to be something else. Auckland just has nothing worth paying for a tour. The harbor is already everywhere. We did get a tutorial in New Zealandic idioms however: "No worries." “Click your (seat) belts,” “Cheap ...
... journey has opened our eyes, our minds and our hearts. When we stepped into that first boarding lounge for our first flight- I wondered slightly what the heck we were doing there, but I know that everything happens for a reason and I'm forever grateful that we had the courage to actually get out there and do all this- and forever grateful we actually had the opportunity. I feel so lucky, and so changed by the whole thing. I would do it all again in ...
... and excited. The kids enjoyed their movie fest but got off the flight in Hong Kong a little worse for wear with little or no sleep. We only had a couple of hours at the airport, it was huge so great to have a good walk around. Christian found himself somewhere to lie down and was out for the count. The two and bit hours disappeared and we found ourselves back on the plane, not quite so chatty and not looking quite as fresh as 12 hours ...
... you near it. This is due to the high sulphur content and what's quite astounding is the steam coming off the water.
The Mauri culture seems really strong here as there are plenty of little Mauri villages and all the street names we couldn't begin to pronounce.
We checked in to the Holiday Inn which had its own hot water pool, however with the rain chucking it down by now we snuggled down for the night with the heater on high.
We had read ...
... a rest and read as his back still isn't flash. I've text Bruce & Greig and so good to hear from them. I couldn't do it any sooner as we are 3 hours ahead of home. Didn't want to wake them at 3am!
We are just back in our room after dinner. Garry had cheese & potato quiche and then cauliflower soup and I had a salad. Garry's food was good and you can't go wrong with a salad. For mains I had the herbed marinated chook that was a bit chewy this time and ...