Quest on Cintra Lane
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... its 9:30am but not many people are up yet.. Its pretty basic, but its got everything i need and they're doing a free dinner tonight. Plan to explore the city a bit today, the hostel is right by the skytower and not far from the harbour i think, then try and get some sleep tonight before getting on the coach at 7am tomorrow! Weather is a bit chilly but dry and bright :) looking forward to tomorrow! Wander round the city was very windy! Auckland ...
We walked around town today and saw a lot of the shops. Queen Street and Albert Street were the busiest ones but we saw most of them. We went to Subway for lunch and then went back to the Hilton to get ready for tonight.
We were going to go to one of the restaurants at the SkyTower but most didn't have any reservations. We decided to try our luck at the casino there and then grab some food after. We won $360, New Zealand dollars, and called it a ...
... was a good deal of talent there that night. Some of it was a little abstract for my taste, but nevertheless entertaining. I was hoping to see a rap battle '8 Mile'-style, but it played out more like... Hmm I hate to compare anything with X Factor so I won't... Essentially each poet performed a piece, then three judges gave them a score out of 10. After a few rounds, the top scoring 3 then had one more chance to wow the judges and audience (who clicked their fingers when ...
... in Auckland safe and sound and the weather was nice considering the day before there was a huge cyclone in NZ lol..got the airbus to the city and found my hostel really easily..it was very basic..clean rooms..showers wernt too great but livable and it was only for a night :-) went for a walk around the city and to the port, Auckland is a very nice city, filled with lots of business people tall buildings..what you find in every country really..its nice..reminded me of Melbourne a ...
... sizeable lumber industry is entirely based on the pine tree. Several parts of the country are home to fruit growing farms. Crops include apple, peach, pear, cherry, kiwi and some citrus fruits.
Both the north and the south island have a large and growing wine industry and we often saw vineyards bordering the roads we drove on.
Generally speaking, things were bit cheaper in New Zealand than Australia but still more expensive than Canada. The New Zealand ...