Waiheke Island Resort and Conference Centre
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
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... of wine tasting. The views over the Island back to Auckland were amazing and we had a few fluffy clouds that only enhanced the vista. We then moved into the restaurant for a "proper lunch". This took many hours and ended with a few glasses of port. The ferry took us home enchanted with our discovery. Tomorrow we are off to Fiji, so we are not sure about Wi if when we get ...
... Larger trees from the past were much older.
Wood from kauri trees is one of the world’s great timbers. Long wide planks of faultless, superb timber were cut from the mighty trunks. The timber was used for many purposed; ship building, houses, furniture, bridges, fences, etc.
We retuned back to Auckland via the scenic routes which boasts many of New Zealand’s beautiful beaches.
... he isn’t allowed to give us a price, he said if he paid $1,300 he would be pretty happy. Anja put her negotiating skills to the test (I’m pretty bad as this), and in the end we paid $1,450 (just over £700) for the car. Originally he wanted $2,600, so not a bad job. We had a rough quote of the work that needed doing, and even with this we thought it was an OK price (not that our knowledge of cars or the New ...
... go to the rest rooms and 5 mins later they called all the vehicles on to the ferry! I got Dad and we walked on to the ferry!
The crossing was lovely we took loads of pictures.
The first planned call was right at the end of the island, in the bay Man of War. The bay was just incredibly beautiful as can be seen.
After Karly and I had taken photos of the beautiful bay we all sat inside and I tried a ...
... that it's actually alive. Left the north to start our long drive down to Auckland. Stopped off Waiwera thermal park on the way. With 19 different pools, the hottest being 48C so hot that you can feel yourself cook. To a movie pool and a set of waterslides. Managed to go in at happy hour when the tickets were half price. Went back to the Jewel of India curry house for there special $10 ...