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... t see much until the last couple of minutes when we pass all the important government buildings. Rain puddles in the road. Warm and humid. Up a steep hill with the lights of the town below us. A cosy little cabin in the garden. We can't see much in the dark but the main bungalow looks quite smart. A dog and six new puppies in a corner of the garden. We were show around and given a bit of info. Make tea, relax and go to sleep towards one ...
Dad We couldn't find a place in town, everything seems to be booked out due to the Eagles concert and the cricket. Found a place about 20km South of Auckland, and lucky we got there early as it was soon full as well. The park didn't look like much at first but it had everything we need. BBQ to cook our ...
... 8217;t get any though as it wouldn’t be allowed in to New Zealand.
Got on the AirTrain and took it to the International Airport, the weather wasn’t quite as nice as when we’d come in to Brisbane, it was cloudy.
Got to the airport and checked in, tried using the self check-in point as we’d already checked-in online, but first the passports had to come out of their cases, then my passport had an issue, so a woman had to ...
... we were on the 6th floor. The room stank of cigarettes, they still smoke in hotels, on trains and in restaurants over here. It did have everything we needed though and cost £170 for 5 nights which is ridiculously cheap. We booked it as it had great reviews on trip adviser and it was so cheap. You could barely swing a cat in the room so me and Noel had to dance around one another which we found rather amusing. The hotel is called ...
Luckily, we had very little time in Vancouver, and were quickly boarding our flight to Winnipeg. One more in-flight movie later, and we were landing in blustery, snow-covered, Winnipeg!
"Why do we live here?!" I said in frustration when it hurt to breathe while walking the 10 feet to my parent's warm car.
"Because we were born here," was Josh's answer.
I miss New Zealand already!