Hotel Grand Chancellor Auckland Airport
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... catching up on some zZz' s.
Day 6: Up early for a full day of sightseeing around Auckland on a hop on hop off bus. The bus started in the city centre and took us around the harbour which led us to Bastion Point. It turned out to be a nice day so we enjoyed some spectacular views of Hauraki Gulf and Waitemata Harbour. At the Bastion Point Lookout, it featured the Michael Joesph Savage (Prime Minister of Auckland in 1930) Memorial Gardens which we took ...
For a 7 and 5 year old, it's about any park! So that was the theme today. Today represents the longest period we have stayed in one place since we began our trip eight weeks ago and slowing down feels good.
Jen, Sarah and Emma had appointments to get their hair cut first thing to save a run around in Melbourne next week. We walked up the hill to the local village which is the same one Jen used when she ...
... sun, fog, rain and clouds. However despite this weather the views were spectacular. Next we headed to Kelly Tarltons Sea Life aquarium to see the penguins, sharks and fish. They have a very large penguin section where the penguins come right up to the glass. They even have one baby penguin who still has his black feathers. They also have a tunnel where the water and creatures surround you, but instead of ...
... line from 3 June but still have "virtual phone" 09 929 7253 when we are connected to the Internet - not sure how that will work but it's a cheap way of keeping our same phone number while we are away without paying for full BB/landline.
Update: 7/6/14 Haven't been able to use virtual phone yet, modems in NZ are set to default which doesn't allow use of voip...
... t really done much except sleep a lot, buy food and look around the city a bit. On Monday we are heading off for the first part of our KiwiExperience bus pass, which has loads of stops going down the island and then back up in a loop. I think the stop I'm most looking forward to at the moment is where we get to go visit Hobbiton!!! ...