Oaks Residences Auckland
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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At some point today we arrived in Auckland. The thing about crossing the international date line is it confuses you for dats afterwards, irrespective of which way you go. We took a shuttle bus (small mini bus with trailer for luggage.) direct to our hotel door from the airport that charged $20NZ each. After we arrived we discovered the airport …
... least a couple of minutes that the captain finally came over the tannoy to explain our landing had been aborted as there was an unidentified object on the runway. Oh dear. Thankfully, around ten minutes later, we arrived in Dubai and again, through bloody security. Honestly, I ask you, I have no idea how either Mattijs or I could have acquired anything onboard either of the flights we had taken to reach Dubai that would have made security anxious apart from maybe the odd mouldy bottle ...
... We had the music blaring and we're loving life for about 10 minutes until we got stuck in the bloody sand!! Excuse my French, but it would only ever happen to us wouldn't it! Luckily as we were near the entrance to the beach there was a few cars coming and going and within a few seconds a few cars had pulled up alongside to help or film us. Thank god, if they had arrived any later I probably would have started crying and stormed off blaming rob. After a ...
Flying back to Auckland we had originally intended to see more of the North Island. However, the yachts in the Volvo round the world race had arrived from China and were due to leave for Brazil during our stay. We had been invited to go to the NZ Royal Yacht Club to watch the harbor races that these yachts do at each port stay. The city harbor was a buzz of activity.This same weekend there was World Cup Cricket (the baseball equivalent ...
... to change our route, so we ended up going to wanganui instead of Napier. This took us 4 hours. We checked in to the rooms above a pub, was really nice. This town was really quaint, and so quite. We headed out for supper to another pub round the corner..we were both craving pork crackling for some reason, so got pork belly for supper! We ended up playing a game of pool or two and then headed back to our room, we were both lights out by 8:30! Day 9.. Packed and back in the car, ...