Oaks Residences Auckland
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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 …
... having a a party atmosphere out here we are most likely going to support them for the remainder of the tournament! We then enjoyed a huge fry-up courtesy of Gosia - a cooked breakfast being something Dan craved in South America following mostly bread and jams for morning sustenance!
This afternoon we picked up our Nissan with 150,000km on the clock and drove the 3 hours north to Pahia for our Bay of Islands boat trip tomorrow. We had some great views on the way ...
I woke up to my alarm and headed downstairs for breakfast at café Verona again after a quick shower. The restaurant was half full of people mostly English and Australian people who had just arrived. I ordered a big breakfast and stayed about an hour or so. It was time to walk around the city and see the sights of Auckland. I will visit museum of transport ...
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... just in case we ever get ourselves into a situation were our Vodaphone cell phones do not have coverage. Once we have all the paperwork sorted, we had a walkthrough of the van, and how everything works, then we were off! First stop was the hotel to drop off our big suitcases, as there is no room in these vans for any extra baggage. The hotel is about half an hour from the airport, and we were trying to make this drive in the middle of Auckland rush hour, so it took us a little ...