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Today was our final day at sea... We slept in... What a lovely way to end a relaxing few days. When we finally got up breakfast was almost over so we hurried up to the buffet to eat, more, again. We came back to the room to sit on our balcony as the weather keeps getting better. While we were relaxing on the balcony Tim spotter whales blowing water into the air. We've been so lucky, we've seen seals, dolphins and now whales. ...
... you who might consider travelling internationally who haven't, I promise you it is worth it. Even if it is with a big group, which I have done once before, to be able to see another country is just amazing, even if it makes you love your own more when you come back.
And now it's time to say goodbye to Auckland and the whole of New Zealand, and hopefully I will be back to explore again soon!
... along our travels we have seen many rainbows but I get excited every time I see one. When we arrive we are again welcomed with a powhiri or whakatau. We are welcomed by a local elder who had found the centre by chance when a sign saying 'Oysters for sale' was accidently placed out the front of the centre a couple of years ago. Now he is part if the furniture, coming to the centre every day. Straight away the connection with community ...
... Brilliant this isn't it " I said made up. The women replied with tears in her eyes "not really love, that should of been my dad's chair, he died last week". Cracking. I'm spending the flight sitting next to a ghost.
Dubai airport. Two words.... Massive and rich. We got a train to take us to one place to the next. Who checks in next to a waterfall? Amazing.,
Dubai to Brisbane.
Initially gutted as Annemarie and I ...
... skip this kind of stuff because neither Gonzalo nor I understand sculptures, paintings or art in general. However, we had read that the Auckland Art Gallery was pretty nice so we decided to go and try to change our mind. I´m pretty sure Gonzalo would disagree with me but I found the gallery quite interesting. At 13.30 there was a free tour during which a volunteer guide, quite an old but very knowledgeable lady, brought us around the Gallery and introduced us to the building, ...