Quest Newmarket Serviced Apartments
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... a cheap shack would be $750,000) so the people who work on the island rent, until the summer when the owners come at Christmas for their two month vacation and kick out the renters Ocean view property, long beautiful beaches. Also, the only water on the island comes from rain, so they collect and conserve.
Wines were generally pretty tasty. After the tour I paid $18 for a 'taste' (on the low ...
... sausage, eggs, toast, pancakes and coffee. Afterwards, we moseyed around the city in search of a grocery store to stock up our apartment hotel room.
We really like Auckland. It’s a clean, open and smaller city. It feels safe, the traffic is light, and the people are friendly. The town itself is nicely laid out and getting around is simple. The area is hilly and the weather has been sunny and the air is clean. Throughout the city, and especially along ...
... the suburb of Mount Eden. We hit up a few charity shops and even walk to the next suburb over in search of the elusive vinnies! I find a white floppy sun hat and a couple of books and Terry buys some new swimming shorts. We then pop into a few banks and try to get an account sorted. Westpac and ANZ are the biggest banks here, and ANZ offers better rates and they can see us straight away so we open an account with them. Success means we don't have to ...
... spectacular volcanic scenery. Mount Ruapehu at almost 2,800 meters high is NZ's largest active volcano and is snow capped all year round and is a sensational sight when seen for the first time. The last minor eruption was in 2007. There are two other significant volcanos in the park, Tongariro and Ngauruhoe (used as Mount Doom in Lord of the Rings) and the Tongariro one day trek is meant to be NZ's best one day hike so it's top of our list to ...
... Auckland own a boat of some sort. Some of the ones down at the marina were huge, some nice wooden ones and some not so nice 'plastic palaces'. I stopped and sat on one of the brightly coloured comfortable chairs that were arranged on fake grass outside a shipping container. The container was open like a garage and inside there were shelves of books for people to read in the sunshine. I thought it was a nice idea, gave the place a bit of character. I'm back ...