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... viable so it has now been left to return to its natural state. So you have this amazing rugged coastline covered in greenery with small bays of golden sand. Just lovely! So we were extremely lucky and managed to stay at one of our friend's parents' holiday rental just down the coast in Marahau. It was so lovely! Only been in hostels for just over a week but definitely appreciated a proper house again! We even got invited over for roast ...
... 8216;glow worm’ caves. Sail across Lake Te Anau for about 45 minutes, very scenic. At the caves it seemed to become a race, small groups being played like a computer game, get them round as fast as, without bumping into each other. At question time I was tempted to ask what the world record was for a tour. No I didn’t. By the way the glow worms are quite impressive. Thing will hopefully improve with our 2nd tour tomorrow. ...
... winding - first experience of nz winding roads
small mountain in middle of beach
we wrote names on the sand and took pictures
drove back to hotel, parked. thought to go to sky tower but had dinner at hotel with champagne and telugu waiter - rajeev
10th march - stopped at subway for eating food
problem with gps to change the gps
drove to roturua ....hrs drive
took 1 hr waimangu cruise to ...
... bottle of Sauvignon Blanc goes down a treat!
We have time for hokey-pokey ice cream on Onetangi Bay beach and a short visit to Jurassic Ridge vineyard and winery before our ferry back to Devonport and our evening flight to Christchurch.
We are sad to leave the sights of Auckland behind and have thoroughly enjoyed our personal tours and spending time with family in their lovely home but look forward to seeing what the South Island has to offer.
... around the CBD - so not the most interesting - but I hoped to give you all an idea of the feel of the city. I did very little on my first day in NZ, partly because I was tired and a bit jetlagged (NZ is 8 hours behind Chile, or rather 16 hours ahead of Chile technically), but I felt excited just wandering the streets of Auckland. It is genuinely the only city that I have visited around the world, apart from London and maybe Paris, ...