Oaks Residences Auckland
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Wednesday 19th March 2014
Up early this morning to drive to Auckland for the last part of our trip to NZ. We returned our lime green goddess to Apex and walked to our accommodation. As we were early our apartment wasn't ready but we were able to leave our bags. We are only a few minutes walk from the quayside so walked down there and had a …
Got up late and read in bed. I started a Brad Thor book called The Black List.
Then I decided to see what had happened on Facebook for 4th July as well as getting Daily Journals updated as well as the TravelPod web blog site I was keeping.
Then I got up and realized it was Xmas.
There was little I could do to help and Karly wanted her eyebrows plucked and lips waxed, so the ...
... dolphins and with babies so unfortunately we could not swim with them. We continued out to the hole in the rock where the ship went through the hole and we went past the light house. On the way back we saw two seals. After the boat trip we headed back south, this time we went via the 10minute car ferry. That night we made it down to Orewa and stayed at a hostel in there car park . Love Jared and Melissa ...
... we had to have the standard small talk with our room mates. Not only does one of our room mates know keele, he's going to Keele. He's not only going to Keele, but he's taken a year out and is going to do bloody medicine at Keele! Incredibly bizarre! After this incredible discovery and a few more drinks in the room, we went to the bar attached to the hostel. And that's as far as we made it. After a few drinks there we went to bed. We'd peaked far too early. I was then woken up ...
... we arrived, somewhat dishevelled in Auckland where we picked up a car that did not have a bed in the back and headed straight to Rotorua - also known as Sulphur City.
For the next couple of days the weather became significantly wetter and seemed to have an affect on our moods. We had heard amazing things about Rotorua - its hot springs, geysers and bubbling mud pools but only stayed one night leaving the smell of rotting ...