Rainbow Hotel Auckland
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... Maori's, in their belief that the land was the point at which the deceased souls left earth. With its rich history, stunning views and wonderful scenery, even the howling wind did little to ruin our morning. From here we had a little scare that Josh had eaten crisps containing peanuts which was to prove unfounded, not before Abbie had alerted the bus and half of New Zealand that we may need a hospital. As if to compensate for our misplaced worry and inability to read that it ...
... for me, but Vaughan gave it to a go, only to hop out two seconds later.
From there we were taken to a dual treatment room where we were given full body massages. I was given a male masseuse and Vaughan a lady, but I think they should have switched round since my massage was actually quite painful, and for Vaughan he felt like he was just getting a bit of a rubdown.
We headed back to the main reception area where a lovely fresh lunch of fresh fruit, ...
... The woman, Maria, went to Georgetown Law and knew one of Tyler’s friends from Penn Law. We spent 4 hours talking, laughing, swapping stories and having a genuinely good time.
It was 12:30 by the time we finished, so we called it a night. We went to bed feeling like our last full day of the trip was a success.
Day 6 – Goodbye Paradise
We slept in and headed to the lodge for our breakfast around 9:30. The weather was warm enough for ...
... as 20 conservation parks scattered within its boarders, we probably could have explored more of the outskirts of town and would have felt much less overwhelmed. We walked down the main high street to the harbour front, and took in the sights, sounds and smells of this amazing town. After Mike taking a few ‘arty photos’ of the sky tower, we took the passenger ferry back over the water and continued our drive in search of our next idyllic location of Hot Water Beach.
... a great lookout over the city, harbour and
sea. It was a bit of a stop over though really, being another city,
before our ferry over to the south island, and another, very windy,
stop over on our way back, before driving up the west coast of the
Along the west coast then, we drove the
'Surf highway' with a few stops here and there to check it out...and
with the wind being so strong there was a lot of surf...perhaps a
little too ...