Flag Inn Allenby Park
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... clothing, dishes, crystal, jewelry etc. They also had an extremely interesting exhibit on the history of the maori and their communities. As well as how the maori's and europeans lived with one another. After this exhibit which included vessels they sailed in, tools they hunted with and games they played, also fishing gear, weapons and more.....ed and i sat down at the cafe for lunch. the fish n chips was very tasty. eds BLT was ...
... winter to avoid the snow. They are still rounded up by shepherds and their dogs, using two breeds, one that barks, but is not very intelligent, and a special breed of border collie, that is highly intelligent, that rounds the strays. We also were given a demonstration of sheep shearing, it was interesting to see how docile the sheep were once they were sat on their hinds, which is the way they shear. The speed they can shear a sheep is quite amazing. No time to visit the gift shop as we ...
... Currency ~ NZ$
£1 = $2NZ
Population ~ 4.4 million
Capital City ~ Wellington
Official languages: English, Māori
Our Budget ~ rooms: about £15 ...
We re-entered Auckland via the very scenic, coast-hugging Tamaki Drive and stopped at Achilles Point lookout, from which we could see Ladies Bay, Gentleman's Bay and Browns Island. We followed the road around St Heliers Bay and Mission Bay back to the ports in Auckland.
Heading south of the city, we visited the scenic Cornwall Park. With its lawns and old trees, it felt like the grounds of an old English manor. We ascended nearby One ...
... for lemon and Paerora (a town in NZ). It was sooo good it was like a mix of lemonade and sprite. Then we drove into Auckland, walked along the viaduct (lots of boats) and saw the America's Cup sailboat. After our walk we arrived at the Auckland Sky Tower. It was sooooo tall! Thankfully there was a elevator so we didn't have to ...