Travellers International Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTravellers International Hotel Mangere
You would not want to stay here for longer than a night. Dirty but cheap. Cheap place to stay before you get on a flight
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... even commenced boarding. After a short wait we were being called to board and Mel went in her bag to find her boarding card only to discover she had left her laptop and makeup at security! With no time to go back we simply had to ask the cabin crew what we should do! A laptop had been handed in but with no way to identify it we will have to wait and see what happens... During the flight we had numerous meals, slept off and on, watched robocop and 3 days to kill and 14 hours later we were in ...
... were New Zealanders but I don't know who won in the end.
Ended up taking agggeees to find a bus because the main stops and route had changed due to the triathlon, and then I was waiting for a bus that never turned up. Anyway, I got one in the end but it was still quite a long drive to the zoo and I only got there at just past 4. It was a good zoo ...
... a chance to take a breath!
We've done some washing, had a tasty lunch on the balcony, watched boats moving about and generally relaxed. Wonderful. We'll go out later to see more of the harbour.
But just for now we've completely stopped. The patio doors are wide open, the sun is glistening on the water, John is spark out on one settee and I'm lounging on the other about to read my kindle.... ...
With regrets we left the holiday-house of Albert's cousin, dropped off the key and the garbage and headed towards Auckland. Gradually the last morning clouds disappeared and the sun was quite powerful. The first leg of the # 25A runs through heavily forested, steep hills. A beautiful countryside, but rather tiring to drive, and the gravel used for sealing the roads is so rough that the noise inside the car is deafening. Is coarse gravel so much cheaper than a ...
... described on the tourist leaflet as "Auckland's Coastal Paradise". One might claim that it was not unlike Leigh, Lancashire, which could be described as Wigan's canalside paradise, with mining subsidence "flashes" to delight the angler. We stopped at Matheson Bay in Leigh for our lunch picnic. Lots of people on the beach here in a sheltered bay. Canoeing, stand-up-board paddling, swimming, hot sun, views ...