Quest on Queen
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... we took in the city's highlights including the seemingly never ending Sky Tower, the Auckland Bridge (but no bungy jumpers) and the city's impressive high street.Unfortunately, having spent the whole of the rest of this trip in summery conditions, the bitter sea air and biting winds proved too much for us and we soon found ourselves back in the hostel hugging the radiator. God help us when we're back in England! The only thing that could pry us from the warmth that evening was ...
... you near it. This is due to the high sulphur content and what's quite astounding is the steam coming off the water.
The Mauri culture seems really strong here as there are plenty of little Mauri villages and all the street names we couldn't begin to pronounce.
We checked in to the Holiday Inn which had its own hot water pool, however with the rain chucking it down by now we snuggled down for the night with the heater on high.
We had read ...
... and the weather was the nicest it had been during all our days in New Zealand. Due to the course's distance from any major city, we basically had the entire thing to ourselves. This was good because Tyler was definitely rusty on the front 9. So rusty that he decided to switch clubs at the turn. This was a great decision. We finished the back 9 with multiple shots at birdie and some of the best pictures of the trip.
After finishing our round and ...
... are very few and far between.We arrived in Devenport around lunchtime. It was a pretty town with both the new side of town, with its shops (including quite a few books shops come to mention it), café’s and boutiques. And then there was the older side of town, with historic monuments, buildings and sites of importance. We picked a map up from the tourist information, which mapped out the historic walk, and we dipped in and out of the new town along the way. One of ...
... an extremely long day, we were looking forward to getting home, we had been up since 3am Tassie time afterall.
Mum was late picking us up and by the time we got home, it was cups of teas and bed time. Such a great holiday had, lots of lessons learned about NZ and hopefully one day the old boy and I might get back there so we can see Milford sound, the glaciers and perhaps I can paraglide on my own by ...