Oaks Residences Auckland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... necessity) and politely declined the offer. Only then was this 'rule' mentioned. We had drunk the alcohol and thus had no choice but to order. In the waitress' defence, she was very apologetic and, sensing the fear for our bank balances future, did explain the loop hole in the regulation, we ordered a pizza to share which was deemed substantial enough (apparently a sharing cheese board, which was $3 more expensive, was not!) N.B the pizza was ...
3rd March - A sad day as we have to pack away our stuff and drive to Auckland to give our campervan back. Or so we thought! We drive into Auckland to find a hostel before the van way picked up however everywhere was booked up! We went to drop the camper back after a lot of searching and the Eddie (takes care of the campervans) helped us out a lot and let us use his internet to find a hostel or hotel in Auckland. We started to panic when ...
... and white around the bay. We all enjoyed a tasty salad ( we had avoided this in Burma) loads of fresh veg beautiful ham.... All recognisable followed by chocolate ice lolly (Chris favourite ) and bakewell slices ( my favourite) think a little bird has been this way! Managed lolly but slices reserved for tomorrow. Eyes starting to close and words failing..... Off to bed ...
... decided to head for the main tourist attraction, the Sky Tower; though such were the height of the other buildings that, despite its grandesse, we managed to lose the Sky Tower itself and only located it due to its reflection off another skyscraper! Heading to the top of the tower proved to be the perfect way to kill a few hours in Auckland. Not only did this provide a wonderful panoramic view of the city for us to get our bearings, but there was the added bonus of the Sky Fall to keep ...