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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This morning when I woke up I played on the IPad. At 9:00 we left to a cafe called Stella's. I had natural pancakes served with Apple syrup and fruit. It was really nice. We then walked back to the hotel to brush our teeth and pack our bags. Then me and Dad went to the petrol station to get some petrol. We then drove back to the hotel to pick up Mom, Ella and Sophie. Then we started our journey ...
... to grab it. I didn’t apologise, even when I smacked a particularly self-righteous looking Sloane-Ranger type woman square in the jaw. Last thing I wanted was security to seize it as 'unattended luggage’…perish the thought!
And so, our final leg to home didn’t exactly get off to the best of starts. There were two babies, crying in unison in an ever-increasing crescendo. Joy of joys. Once the pair of them had wrapped up, I figured after 20 hours flying, ...
... and away at 6.10pm. Good seats although very full plane.
First stop was Brisbane where we disembarked for a while. Had a very nice dinner on the plane and then a second dinner soon after we boarded the plane again for the big 14 hour flight to Dubai. Survived the trip well - got a little sleep and the rest of the time Charlotte and I caught up on movies. Managed to watch The Theory ...
... to Aus. and are very expensive compared to the uk. The real money earner is milk, 95% of which is exported to Japan and China, well the Far East definitely. What has struck me though is that the pasture I have seen looks none too special. In the South Island where the grass is irrigated on the east coast it looked ok but on the west it looked like Scottish grazing: docks and ragwort aplenty. Even here in the north on a farm we visited the grass looked tired. It is autumn I ...
... We'll just have to work with it. Apart from that though, we are absolutely loving Auckland. We've now got got some wheels, an old 1992 Mazda. Things started off well when I snapped the key in the lock trying to undo it. With the spare key still with the old owner 2 hours away it was lucky I took up the AA cover. Having the freedom of a car has meant I've been able to explore the whole Auckland area each day whilst Anya is off at work. The city is surrounded ...