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We drive to Auckland and stop off at a few places en route. At 14:30 we stop at the Waharau National Park. The car park is quite small and has 2 cars and a Park Ranger truck parked in it. Jenna parks on the right hand side and we get out and walk onto the lovely beach and take photos of the beautiful turquoise water. Suddenly w hear a loud crash …
Well well well 3 holes in the ground
... Once on shift I was monitoring the dive well when this gentleman appeared to be maxin' relaxin' in it which is a big nono because its 3.3 metres deep and of course anyone could drown at any moment. I politely requested that he got out as that area of the swimming pool is not for swimming but for sliding and jumping in etc., he was having none of it. He was either seriously stubborn or just plain dumb. I reiterated the ...
... and stunning landscapes that are guaranteed to leave you in awe. Begin exploring the southern region of New Zealand if you are seeking to be blown away by some of the most indulgent of walks. The region boasts almost 6 of New Zealand's eight great walking areas boasting exquisite and awe-inspiring beauty offering a perfect retreat for anyone looking for a quiet day out in the midst of sheer natural beauty.
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... to stay for the night. We found a nice holiday park to park up and treated ourselves to a BBQ before playing the Krypton Factor in making up the camp bed! Done!
Successfully made breakfast in the campervan before heading back into the City but not before we stopped off for a brief walk up to the top of Mount Eden. Auckland is full of small volcanoes (extinct) and the highest is Mount Eden. Its only a few feet but it still gives a good view of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking