Palm Beach Lodge
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... fush and chips' in Auckland. Unfortunately for us, it was shut so we found ourselves wandering along the rather expensive wharf trying to find somewhere to eat. Eventually, we stumbled across Sixteen Tun, a place that not only served fish and chips (and massive portions at that, neither of us could finish our dinner) but craft beer! A perfect pairing!
Waiheke Island was quite easily one of the highlights of our Christmas Road Trip. I cannot recommend it ...
... holidays for many vacations to come ! I guess it would help if you lived in the USA to start with, or even better nearby in Arizona. During the day we took the opportunity to drive around the South Rim, stopping when we saw somewhere that appealed (quite a lot of stops...) ending up at the Grand Canyon Village in time for sunset. There were so many amazing vantage points to see, and we took a lot of photos at each one, so there are going to be a LOT of ...
... Road (the Oxford Street of Auckland) for a spot of retail therapy before ending at the harbour for a drink in an Irish Pub.
We had dinner booked on the 52nd floor of the Auckland Sky Tower, and so decided to head up it a bit early in order to watch the sun set over the city. This was a pretty impressive view and gave us another great insight into the city.
It was then up for dinner at the Orbit revolving restaurant which was delicious and had ...
... along with Molly Harry and mads who were all doing it. Once we were there and everyone was suiting up and getting excited I couldn't resist and made a last minute decision to go! And I'm so glad I did! I got suited up and safety briefed and off up the plane, it was so surreal and couldn't quite believe I was doing it, the most surprising thing was though how calm I was! The plane door open and me and the ...
... cup, talk about laugh, you could see the tears running down our legs.
Well it came time to say goodbye which is always sad and as I went back to the ship (Jules went off shopping to get rid of what was left of our NZ cash) the rest of the day was a bit of a downer, but also happy for spending time with my sister Kerri.
It was amazing scenery as the ship headed back out to sea, Auckland looked amazing from the sea. Back to Brisbane we go.....