Ibis Auckland Ellerslie
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Auckland Ellerslie
A very boring and dull place to stay. Aimed at commercial travellers it is clean efficient, clinical totally lacking in atmosphere. It does its job and gives you a place to sleep. Internet is very over priced at 30NZD for 24 hours
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Travel Blogs from Ellerslie
... had a day visit to Waiheke Island which is a 50minute ferry journey from the city wharf. Lovely place which had quite a ‘hippy’ feel to the folks and buildings. One of the beaches on the island is called Blackpool but no other similarity as it was beautiful.
Devonport is one of the up market suburbs of Auckland, is the oldest suburb and is also the home of the NZ Navy. Again we took a 10minute ferry and visited the Naval museum and walked up to the North Head one ...
Today was supposed to start with a run but I'm on holiday so I settled for sitting on a park bench watching Hazel do the running. The concierge had recommended a nearby park but on arrival we discovered it was full of steep slopes so quite a chore. We walked back to the hotel and, after showering, headed down to breakfast. To list all the options would take too long but suffice to say I made a valiant effort to try everything. Hazel was far more reserved!! Today is ...
... about being there. I was really in two minds about leaving, I loved seeing these new places and doing all of these exciting things, plus I had so much fun with my topdeck family. But at the same time I definitely missed a lot about home, mostly the people of course! So now I'm back to reality anyway, with work and study to keep me occupied until the next adventure! Hope you've all enjoyed my updates, they'll be back again soon enough I'm sure... Lots of love J ...
... experiences, as Portugal lost to Germany 4-0... which I had to listen to over the radio :(
Tuesday wasn't as busy as Monday - we did some routine work on farms, and in the clinic.
Wednesday was really interesting - I assisted in the amputation on the right forelimb of a black lab that had a cancerous mass! The surgery went well, and I got to help close as well - and apparently I didn't do too bad :)
I left Wednesday afternoon back to Glasgow. On Thursday ...
We're off on another voyage of exploration, our first long holiday since the last one ;)
Over the next couple of months we'll be travelling around parts of South America, making our way northish until we somehow end up in Toronto, Canada at the start of July, from there we'll fly to Reykjavik, Iceland for a week or so before finally arriving back in Stockholm in the middle of July, just in time for the Swedish summer.
I'll be blogging on and off as time and internet access allows. ...