Hotel Grand Chancellor Auckland Airport
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... 15.8599996566772px;">Leaving the brollie at home. It is useless in the kiwi wind and unnecessary if you have jackets.
Set aside some "special" money for that one big exciting thing. For us it was the helicopter ride up to the top of the glaciers near Mt Cook.
What we would do different next time
Put new and expensive shampoo in the checked in baggage, so it didn’t get confiscated at customs.
Not go for the empty fuel ...
... doubt and humiliation begin to flood your psyche until you realize you've been looking at a dude. I’ve had many Lolas smile at me and give me a once over look, but I just take it as a compliment and move on. I swear it must be the beard. A couple of days after going to the bar again I got a ride hitchhiking and the girl who picked me up recognized me as “the guy with the beard”.
It seems like a shame after having made a name for myself ...
... to Australia for a year. She's travelling with her sister and her boyfriend but they're staying somewhere else. She seems lovely and we've already arranged to get a bottle of wine (or 2) tomorrow evening after placement/work. She was saying how she spent too much money in Thailand so she's working at some plant nursery over here to help keep her going. I've made best friends with the ...
... The evening was really fun and interesting. It ended with feast which included roast chicken, stuffing, lamb, vegetables, muscles and lots of puddings. On our journey home the driver got us all singing classic songs and ended up going round a roundabout sooooo many times!! On Friday Jen and Nicola got up early to go white water rafting which was soooooooooo much fun!! We went down a waterfall which was 7m and survived. No one fell in but Jen got pushed over by a ...
... to drive out of the centre of the city to the suburbs to drop off the car. This started off as we turned out of the car park onto a road with no joke a 60 degree gradient. Luckily the car was automatic but it felt like the car was going to fall onto its roof the road was so steep. By the time we actually got to the NZ Rent a Car headquarters I had nearly had multiple heart attacks. Still I was sad to let her go. We turned up, emptied her and went inside to give the key away. We ...