Howick Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... through lots of palm trees and furns. At the end was a lovely waterfall. It was quite narrow compared to some we'd seen but it was very tall and the area itself was serene. We enjoyed the atmospehere for a while then another group turned up. They had a drone with them and hoped to get some footage of the falls. Foolishly the owner let his girlfriend have a go at piloting it for the first time and moments later it crashed into a tree and got stuck! We did our ...
... the hell am I doing this. It is definitely true. Travelling is far from what everyone tells you. There are days where you sit and cry because you miss home or sit and cry because money's running low. There are days where you don't know where you're going to be sleeping tomorrow or where you'll eat or even how you'll afford to eat. There are bad days and there are good days. Hopefully the good days outweigh the bad and you can just forget those bad days but they do happen. I ...
... Zealand lose the ICC World Cup on a big screen). Other than that it has been beautifully sunny with just the right degree of warmth. We walked up and down, there is a lot of up and down, to a semi wild park area called The Auckland Domain, avoided the museum because it was sunny, and pootled through some pleasant glass houses and a fernery before making our way across to the suburb of Parnell where we came across two cathedrals next to each other. The first and oldest, St Mary's ...
... An interesting sign which has been captured on a photos is that a sip of olive oil stops snoring. The estate prides itself on the quality of the oil and stated that along with Australia, California, South Africa and a few other countries (interesting to note that Italy and Greece were not mentioned) they have the best quality of olive oil according to the world quality standard. Our next step was Mudbrick winery, a truly boutique winery that only sells locally and with a ...
... toilets. No. They were the most photographed toilets in NZ. Most of us didn't think much of them but to the Germans they were quite a thing as they were designed by some well know German artist. Back on the road with the tunes and we got back into auckland around 5. Dinner was the at a little Thai restaurant which was sooo good. Huge portions and well cheap. Just what we like. Also it's some big rugby festival going on tonight so ...