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... sans-serif; line-height: 18px;">Itinerary changes: one
Snake sightings: 2
Things lost/destroyed: bikini bottoms, small dry bag, iPhone, one hiking sock, and an ATM card.
Things gained: plenty of shiny jewellery, 14kg, a lifetime of memories and experiences, and amazing ...
... to our beds and it was lights our! Surprisingly, we managed to make it to breakfast then it was off to the city! A short ride with a very informative bus driver brought us to the ferry port at the bottom of Queen's Street. I must point out that the weather was particularly miserable and that the only logical thing to do was go shopping! (Oh well, if we must! ) after spotting a nice housewarming present for Laura and Jonny we wondered into a shop called Amazon ...
... options; one, holiday parks which were £7-12pp; two, DOC sites which
are government run sites ranging from very basic with just a toilet
to more equipped with kitchen facilities and showers, sometimes even
hot ones ranging between £3-7pp. So a fair bit to consider but we
reckon it would probably add up to roughly the same whatever you do
it, depending on your budgeting skills and season you go.
However you chose to get around though,
... beers. Apparently a UK driving license doesn't count in NZ, it had to be a passport. What a nightmare! So risky taking out your passport. Anyway, we went back to the room to prelash. When we got back to our hostel, we realised that we had a small problem. Our hostel is a 'dry hostel' because it's got a licensed bar attached to it. ****. So, we thought up of a master plan. We used the fire escape, that we'd accidentally used on the way out, to get the beers up to our room. ...
... leave next week but another traveller will be joining us this weekend. Once we get our tax return for N Z we can transfer the money across and pay deposits for everything that we need to, mostly in the states now. So that's about everything, I hope everything at home is good and everyone's well. Seems to me that a lot will have changed by the time we get back, and we're both looking forward to been amongst friends and family again. See you all around the 10th of October! ...