Quest on Mount
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Quest on Mount Auckland
Travel Blogs from Auckland
After leaving Santiago an hour late I managed to land in Auckland ten minutes before schedule, I think someone wanted me home?! I was welcomed home by my lovely sister in law and my awesome mum - huge squishy hugs all round, and a flat white to put a smile on my dial.
Since I left home on February 28 I have traveled over 30,000km by plane, train, boat, canoe, tyre tube, dune buggy, and car. I have had the most incredible five months - I've ...
... in a few thousand years or so, will have the same date as the cliff a little down the way that now sits lonely in the sea as an island. We also briefly steps under a cliff with a rather scary looking crack from bottom to top. Note to future visitors, best not walk under that one! With the weather still on our side we decided to climb the ascent back to Juicy and to head to Tuaranga to meet my uncle. The last leg of the day ...
... rent of the camper (might be cheaper to buy your own if
staying longer than a month), the daily insurance rate, the petrol
(and you cover a lot of distance using a lot of fuel), and of course
the campsite fees. We were not self contained (no toilet or dirty
waste storage) so we couldn't just 'freedom camp' (though there are
many places no one is meant to camp especially in the town centres
and you can be fined $200 pretty easily) meaning we had two ...
26/4 Up at 4am for our 4.40 taxi to the international airport. Checked in without any problems at all, even had a cheeky McDonalds breakfast. Everything else is far too expensive in airports. The flight was nice and easy to be honest, had a nice kip on the plane! When we arrived we were given a care to declare things, and I didn't declare my walking boots, which was an error, as I almost got fined! Oops! Anyway, we eventually got a shuttle bus to the hostel we were staying at. When ...
... 07/10 - New York to Reykjavik (Glaciers, Blue lagoon, Geysers, Huge church, volcanoes)
10/10 - Reykjavik to Manchester, UK (Bradford by 2pm!)
So that's the final plan! We have 3 weeks left here and a few jobs still on the to do list. We managed to explore the area before we sold Grizzly so we've seen the new captain America, enjoyed the Manukau honey shop and been to Puhoi (local town). Now on our days off we walk around town, Warkworth has a ...