Waiheke Island Resort and Conference Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
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... leaflet from the ferry terminal at Matiatia Bay on the island and, hoping the weather would stay nice, I began my morning trek. I followed the coastal path around to Te Miro Bay and Church Bay before cutting across through the Atawhai Whenua Reserve and heading down to Oneroa Beach where I knew there would be some cafes. I treated myself to a scrumptious lunch with a beautiful scenic view whilst I waited to hear what time I needed to ...
We met Tiffany and Jacob from SoCal on the ferry ride back to Auckland. Jacob works at SpaceX, so naturally I nerded out with him about his job as a propulsion systems project manager. In a show of intense interest in our conversation Lisa's eyes rolled completely backward.
We hopped the ferry, minded the gap and grabbed a quick dinner that night before heading off to bed in prep for our early departure to Waitomo and ...
Up at what felt like bright and early, but due to the 3 hour time difference was not quite so bright and early we ventured out to see what Auckland city had to offer. With our main mission of getting Kate a rain mac, it felt like we must have visited every outdoor shop in the city centre but still didn’t manage to find any- well any within our price budget “$300 for a pac a mac, are you ...
... out the necessary paperwork before returning to the car park, passing a group of brave young people staging a protest against human rights abuses in North Korea. All that remained to be done was to buy a few supplies from the supermarket before pulling in to the campsite. Putting up our bed for the first time was a clumsy business and it wasn't ideal trying to set it up for the first time in the dark. However, eventually, we made ourselves very comfortable. Ben fell asleep almost ...
... back over to the South Island and head up to Auckland, which is where my whole amazing journey started! On the way back we stayed in Wellington for one more night and I was lucky enough to meet up with lots of the bus crew for one last party. It was so nice to see everyone. The morning after that we set off up the North Island; the journey to Auckland was not fun. I just wanted it to be over. Finally I arrived at the hostel, which was the worst I've stayed in my whole trip and ...