Elliott Street Hotel Auckland
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We woke up to find ourselves in the middle of an ugly rain storm. We tried to not let it ruin the day, and headed out. We ended up eating at the same breakfast place, since it was so good the day before.
We made our way through the rain to the pier. There was a celebration going on since it was the Queen's birthday. It was a market/carnival/family activities/car show. We had quite the laugh at all of the adults dressed up in medieval ...
... to get some goodies and then we visited the sky tower. It was a cloudy day in Auckland so we left going up to the top for another day.
We were going to enjoy our few nights here and our final ones in New Zealand but in order to truly enjoy them we had to book some of America which we did. We have a plan finally!!! Yaaaaay!!! It is a work in progress but it is a start! Our treat tomorrow is hitting up Waiheke Island for a day trip! As kiwi people would say sweet ...
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Bill has served in Australia twice as well as assignments in the United States. My first real contact with him was in 1984 when I was pastor in Minneapolis and Bill came up to Orr, Minnesota regarding Camp matters at that time.
We left for Brisbane airport at 6:00 am. ...
... Turns out today (Friday, Feb 6) is Waitangi Day, the national holiday celebrating the creation of New Zealand.
Then it was off to the ferry to Waiheke (wi-HICK-ee) Island. Our tour guide, David, was wonderful. Three wineries, a brewery, and and olive oil plant best wine tour ever. By the end grandma was a little tipsy, and we were both pleasantly tired.
Most of the houses on the island are owned ...