Howick Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... display and count down. On arrival we had champagne and canapés and met another young couple- Scott and Colin. They were living in Auckland, so could tell us lots of places to go whilst on our trip. We met the MC for the night- Monique, who made us feel welcome and ready to party. She worked the room so well and included everyone in her jokes and introduced each meal with intricate detail! We indulged in a seven course ...
... than that of the skydive. Once it was done, the buzz lasted around half a day. The skydive euphoria lasted well into the early hours of the next morning, and then all day the next day. This is only half my blog for Queenstown as so much was done there. Although I can't comment on the bungee jump annoyingly, my advice to anyone travelling New Zealand that is wanting a feeling of adrenaline that will stick with you a long time...Skydive, just...don't do it at Abel Tasman, join Team ...
... to get some dinner, and on return the key would not open the apartment door.
OK so we rang the number, so that he could perhaps help find out who holds the spare key, but the phone number had been typed with a 3 missing………
So there we were, in the entrance to three apartments on the 7th floor, with all our stuff (including other possible phone numbers and our ability to translate) locked inside the apartment.
... that it's actually alive. Left the north to start our long drive down to Auckland. Stopped off Waiwera thermal park on the way. With 19 different pools, the hottest being 48C so hot that you can feel yourself cook. To a movie pool and a set of waterslides. Managed to go in at happy hour when the tickets were half price. Went back to the Jewel of India curry house for there special $10 ...
... let me stay with them for my remaining time in New Zealand so I still got the local insight. We walked a bit around Auckland, went to a small town which was littered with coffee shops and drove to the top of One Tree Hill, so named because it used to have one tree growing at the summit. From here there were some smashing views of ...