Travellers International Hotel
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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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... Eigentümer gering zu halten.
· Das Auto in der Werkstatt checken lassen: Da wir beide nicht großartig viel Ahnung von Autos haben, war das ein Must-do für uns. Nach fast 2 Stunden Anspannung kam heraus, dass der Zahnriemen vermutlich nicht –wie vom Verkäufer versprochen- neu ist, die Vorderräder absolut abgenutzt sind, der Kolben (!?) kaputt ist und das Auto noch einige weitere Probleme und Problemchen hat.
... 8217; ‘would you rather fight a horse size duck or 12 duck
size horses?’ ‘would you rather have a private yacht or a private plane?’
‘would you rather have a elephant sized human nose or a human size elephant
trunk?’ We then went across to Ponsonby a part of Auckland which me and Meg
really enjoyed. The laughing then got
worse! It all started with Ben trying my glasses on Nick thinking he looked
... We left departures and got a phone contract and waited for our pick up to the camper place. We did the paper work and we were off . We went to countdown (woolworths) got our shopping and went north despite our plan to go south first ! We caught the rush hour traffic and after 3 hours of driving Jared was very tired so we pulled into a campsite and stayed the night. The next morning we were ...
... flying centre and on top of the helicopter flights, they operate two float planes – a larger plane which takes about 12, and a smaller Cessna, which takes only 5 passengers. They were offering a flight to a more remote Maori Hot Springs location, called The Hidden Valley. This meant a flight in the small Cessna to land on the Waikato River, to be ferried across by boat into the springs area. We couldn’t resist, so booked for our ...
... by all the special treatment in Blenheim! It was busy but, unlike Wild on Waiheke, it felt chaotic rather than lively. Te Motu was our favourite. It is a small winery with a romantic terrace area nestled behind the restaurant, amongst the vines and herb garden. We sat in the warmth of the late afternoon sun and reminisced about our New Zealand journey over some delicious sourdough and olives.
Our last stop on the island was Onetangi, a pretty stretch of sandy beach ...