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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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... worth the visit. Another chilled evening as the jetlag kicked in.
Day 7: As we didn't fit in the museum the previous day, we decided to take a trip to the Auckland museum whilst the weather was a bit driech. The museum was filled with incredible Maori culture, history and artefacts which we really enjoyed learning about. We were particularly impressed with the jewellery (mostly made from animal teeth) and the large variety of weapons which had ...
... the stars. The last section took us through a neighbourhood of homes, one house interested us more than the others. It appeared to have been jacked up on jenga type chunks of wood, presumably to allow the owners to add a storey to the house, we have enclosed a photo for your interest. The end of the walk was in Manukau harbour, managed to find a bus that would take us back near to the hotel. ...
... let our surroundings go to our head. The marina's are jammed with yachts from all over, there was even one from Cowes on the Isle of Wight. Great night at the Hawkes Bay Irish bar...one of the locals won 1400 dollars by drawing the right card in the pubs weekly drawer. He then kindly put 300 of it behind the bar. 2 lads turned up to play so all in all it turned into a good night, our latest ...
... nine we headed back to our hostel and got pretty much straight on the mini bus to head back to Auckland, on the way we stopped off at this beautiful waterfall that we trekked around, me and mads (a guy who did the same Asia tour as me just a couple of days after) both were in agreement that it had nothing on the one in Laos! The bus journey was made more entertaining by mike making everyone go round and tell ...
It's the first time I'm going to an Asian country. To a country where the main language is one that I don't understand the slightest bit, to a complete different cultural type of life and thinking.
But I won't be all alone, my friends from home will pick me up and I will live with them in their brand new bungalow for 2 weeks, ...