Hotel Grand Chancellor Auckland Airport
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However with people awaiting me in the mount I didn’t dally long, this time being
picked up by a lovely Maori lady who offered me her address if I was ever back
in the Bay and fed me and her wee dog intermittently on the 3 hour drive to
Lake Taupo. It is certainly a lot faster hitching as a lone female, and despite
popular belief fellow woman and the elderly are the people to pick me up the
most. However there ...
... Kiwi – very much a night bird and extremely rare and shy. We ate our lunch and walked back alone along the coastal track and through the native forest, getting back to the wharf in time for the ferry back at 3.30 – if you miss it you are not allowed to stay on the island but have to pay around $400 to get a private boat ride back. We were in time for the ferry!
We decided to go back to Shakespear for our last weekend. In a slightly different ...
... it just got more and more infuriating! The battle suddenly had to stop as we had to get the taxi to the airport, without our taxi money!!! Thankfully we were sharing with James and he kindly said he would pay as it wasn't far! Before leaving however henry headed back to tell the staff how much of a joke it was, and him finding them laughing at what had just happened! We were very thankful to leave. At the airport in New Zealand we met up with diana and dani ( the new zeland ...
Last weekend we were lucky enough to spend a night on Rangitoto Island! It's the largest volcano in Auckland, it's last eruption was 600 years ago. One of Philippa's friends owns a family Bach (holiday house) on the Island. In the 1920's people lived on the Island, but in the 70's and 80's the council decided to take the houses over when the lease expired and take them down. Now the Bach's are historic buildings, they can't be taken down and ...
... of a pub nicely cooked us dinner at 8.30 pm on a Sunday he cooked the meal on stone grill the boys got pork an cooked it at the table. He was nice enough to let us park the van behind the pub, which was a typical doggy looking place. Turned out to be a very fun night, we all got a ***** and snuggled up and went to bed, dean and I got the bunk over the drivers cabin. Massive beds limited ...