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Travel Blogs from Auckland
... to wash it down. Feeling the jet-lag rearing its ugly head, we decided to head back to the hotel for an afternoon kip. So, first impressions? Auckland is a pretty cool city with good shopping and distinctively Irish-looking weather. But, a more significant observation, was how bloody well friendly everyone is! Seriously, everyone we met we had a right old natter with. If the rain stops and the people go on to be like that every where, I'd say we're in for a good ...
... in GTA. Our first hostel had a steam punk concept in the lift. We were allocated to a 4-pax dorm at the activity room with only two small bunk. It doesn't seem great but it is valued for the price.
We unpack our stuff to our day bag before heading out to the street. The street wasn't clean and there were a couple of strip club and gaming bar. We were told that this district is a night life area. Most of the people here ...
... surprised by how much it
was...£25pp plus £80 for our small camper! Times that by two, as we
went form north to south and then back from south to north two weeks
later and we spent too much on it...maybe just go one way and so
start in Auckland, do the north, cross over and do the south and fly
out of Christchurch. Turns out this is what most people do but we
just hadn't realised. Good job we enjoyed the ride and I didn't get
... modern beauty, with a door fit for a giant literally 5 meters high, the house is situated on an edge of a hill looking down on to the beach and Aucklands CBD in the distance. Went to the airport to drop mum off at the airport; had a farewell meal, hugged and waved goodbye as mum went through gate. Hasten to say everyone's eyes became a bit ...
... long after, by a random exceptionally drunk Glaswegian woman slapping my derrière. Mortified, I bolted up and asked what the hell she was doing. She replied that she had no idea and went off to bed. Bloody Scottish. 27/4 I woke up earlier than the other two and so got up and decided to go for a wonder around Auckland. I stumbled across a huge party for the first ever electric train in New Zealand. There was a huge marquee and singing and dancing, face painting, the lot! For ...