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... it lol. So here goes, North Island - New Zealand, or as the locals call it - Te Ika a Maui. We left off as we were about to board the ferry across. Annoyingly for some we were delayed about an hour and a half. The benefit of having a camper meant we could switch on the gas, boil the kettle, have a cup of tea with a bowl of soup and watch a DVD - no complaints from the gypsies in line 1 lol. As landscapes go, the journey certainly delivered some of the most incredible ...
... br> We were happy to see our friend from Auckland, Alfe Wallis who picked us up and delivered us to the Allenby Park Hotel where he had graciously made reservations for three nights. He had dinner with us at the hotel and we discussed our lack of plans until Saturday. At Alf's suggestion we decided to tour the northern part of the island as we had two days until our departure on the train for the south island.
Alf offered to loan us his car so we started our ...
... for me, but Vaughan gave it to a go, only to hop out two seconds later.
From there we were taken to a dual treatment room where we were given full body massages. I was given a male masseuse and Vaughan a lady, but I think they should have switched round since my massage was actually quite painful, and for Vaughan he felt like he was just getting a bit of a rubdown.
We headed back to the main reception area where a lovely fresh lunch of fresh fruit, ...
... amount of homeless people has gone up significantly in the streets. There's couples, old, young, groups and disabled people out there now. It's sad and a little unnerving - I'm not used to the hustle and bustle and pushyness of the place I once loved quite yet. Nevertheless it's good to be back and I'm looking forward to seeing some work friends tomorrow night. The Hoff is coincidentally out of town this weekend much to his annoyance of not being able to see me before I leave ...
... animal, take care of it and have a day where awards can be won, much like a country fayre in the UK but for kids. This meant day to day household jobs had been neglected slightly so I did my best to sort the kitchen out at least. In the afternoon I braved driving on foreign roads down to Papakura for a bit of a mooch. I say braved, it's not that much different to the UK, my only issue were that the indicators were on the wrong side of the steering (cue ...