Auckland Airport Kiwi Motel
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... returns for every company except Juicy. Luckily Mel was on the ball and googled it. Turns out it's a 15 minute walk away...not fun with my case!!! We had to drag our bags across 4 lanes of traffic and though a bush (literally)! Dragged case across 4 lanes of traffic and through a bush. Once in the airport we checked in and headed through to departures for a well earned hot drink! Also bought a new screen protector for my phone with the left over New Zealand dollars I had which I ...
... to Manchester and a 1 hour train ride I was home. I went to bed very late, stupidly, and then ended up waking up at 6pm the next day, oops!
So long NZ, I'll definitely be back, and already want to be back. It's such dull weather here for a start!
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... a shame there is a bit of cloud. After a great first night sleep I book to go to Rangitoto Island, a completely volcanic Island that has no inhabitants at all. A short boat trip lands you on the Island and some lovely walks around show off just what nature can do. After a whole day on the Island walking I'm starting to appreciate the picturesque nature of NZ. The views from the top ...
We then slowly walked back to the hotel, retrofitted ourselves and went down to be picked up by Albert’s cousin Philip, whom we hadn’t seen since 1988!
He took us to Takapuna, one of the suburbs of Auckland. We had a long stroll along the beach, and a pot of beer afterwards, during which he explained what his present activity is, how his children evolve (Jake of 20, and Poppie of 16 years), ...
... steep roads to Piha. Ann had explained to us that, on Monday evenings, the only place to get a meal in Piha was the RSA (Returned Servicemen's Association) club but that the food was pretty good. It was too - we had chicken salad. One had to sign in at the bar, as one walked in and the barman countersigned that you were a suitable person to be a guest. At 7pm we were all requested to stand, the poem: "They shall not grow old......" was read and ...