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... so lovely I ended up staying up till 1am enjoying my new found luxuries. Then I woke up at 4.30am, damn. 22nd December When I arrived in Auckland at around 9.00am i dropped my bags at the YHA but I couldn't check in to my room until 2pm so as per usual I did a little tour of the city. The shops here are so nice and it's much like any well established city in the world but apart from shops and a lot of Asian food there isn't ...
... we were on completely different flights!! Luckily they were only 40 minutes apart so we could still go to the airport together. We went off to Starbucks for breakfast and to use the free wifi! We stayed there until it ran out then spent the last few hours strolling around and window shopping. It was soon time to head to the airport. We met our taxi outside the hostel and set off. Once we had checked our bags in and gone through security we had just over an hour before I had ...
... just to 'make sure' they weren't taken off the plane :-) When we got the boarding gate the attendant looked at my passport and asked us to go to one side. I glanced at the computer in front of us while we waited for the flight attendant- it stated 'passengers NOT to be allowed to board without proof of exit!!' Luckily Andy had been organised and printed the copy of our flight to Fiji so ...
... it was a lovely moment and we then started the walk back to the shore. We drove back to the waterfront and went back to the Irish bar that we'd earlier had drinks in and had a roast dinner. Bizarrely they didn't do desserts so we stopped for ice cream at Móvenpick and then jumped on a bus back to the hotel. All plans of a movie night vanished as like an expectant hubbie on his honeymoon I bounded into the bedroom and Hazel was fast asleep...still with her phone in ...
... who live in The Mount. After this, the objective was to get back to Auckland before the evening traffic so we headed home stopping along the way to enjoy the magnificent scenes.
The evening get-together with the family was a relaxed meal and conversation. This would be the last time I would see many of them as tomorrow I move on to my next destination. I said my goodbyes with a hope that we might all meet again soon.