Quality Hotel Parnell
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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I am writing this as I am standing in Auckland Airport waiting to see my family. The past 47 days have endured so many different - even contrasting emotions. I am positive that this experience will help me and affect me in many years to come. Char - we did it! We managed to catch our final plane back to Auckland. There were only a few hiccups along the way, of which we learnt ...
... and thither and pottering in small towns before a longer walk to end the day, this down to Cathedral Cove, with its arched cavern, white sand and crystal waters. Having got used to the life in a Recreational Vehicle we spent the night at another car park about a 45 minute walk above the Cove. After a few days of dull weather with rain, mainly overnight, thankfully, it seems we could be in for a few days of rain and wind coming up SW from the Antarctic. Could this be the start ...
... kindly offered to take us out. An offer which, for once in our lives, we had to decline. Day 4: In an attempt to redeem ourselves, today was the day we went in search of a car. After sleeping through our alarm, we finally made it to the car market and looked around cluelessly for a while. We screwed all plans to get a cool camper van and opted instead for a burgundy mum mobile. Neil, the guy who sold it to us, seemed like an alright bloke and even helped us sort out the ownership ...
Blink and it's gone. 21 hours of rehearsal in 3 and a bit days and we're now packed out of Macleans College and ready to pack in tomorrow to the Dorothy Winstone Centre at Auckland Girls' Grammar.
This is a HUGE programme and there are lots of sore faces around. When you look at the line up the bandies amongst you will understand what it's been like:
Helen was busy with her own stuff today, looking in to working or studying abroad; I think anything to get away. It's funny that I come to the other side of the world and find someone in a very similar situation to which I found myself just a few months ago; itching for change. Once you have been bitten by the bug of exploration, I think it is ever-present in your mind that you could be somewhere else, doing something amazing, and mediocrity will never again suffice.