Auckland Airport Kiwi Motel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The inspection took about 2 hours in total, and they do everything from inspecting the paint quality to putting the engine through various tests. We got a full report at the end and the guy highlighted 3 things of concern – the cam belt probably needed changing as there wasn’t any evidence of it being done (the seller said it had been done only 10,000km ago, but the mechanic was sceptical due to ...
... good. The city feels small considering it's the capital but it's clean, friendly and just has a really good atmosphere about it. On our first night here we witnessed a flash mob proposal - that's the dream. If you don't know what that is, you tube it (mum). It was so cool. They did it to Bruno Mars - marry you. Thankfully she said yes. Tomorrow we're going to Taurunga to stay with chris and sort our lives out :) Lots of love Rosie and Livvy ...
Back in New Zealand, it was a fantastic flight back to Auckland from LA. The flight was so empty I was able to grab an empty row, lie down and actually get some sleep. I must have slept for at least 6-7 hours, so I'm very relaxed. Though to Duty Free (too late for you guys who wanted anything) and then through customs, on the way ...
Leaving beautiful Paihai we made our way via Kawakawa to Omapere. It is a twin city with Opononi ..a beautiful little place with a huge harbour...no people...no boats! A lovely bush walk to see the view of the coast...very isolated! Scenery on way was rolling hills, lots of sheep and cattle. Not too many mountains to climb for a change...just one big one near the ...
... volcano and how it impacted on the local residents at that time, and gained a first-hand idea of how much volcanic ash rained down on the village, we learned of the Pink Terraces. Apparently these Terraces were mineral layers of silica built up over the centuries, with cascading hot pools of water. People travelled from around the world to bath in these hot pools. Times back then were tough and there was a lot of travel by foot and by Maori canoe, ...