Waiheke Island Resort and Conference Centre
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ausser zwei schönen stränden hat sie nichts zu bieten
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auf der insel ging es weiter mit dem bike. zwei schöne strände gefunden aber recht windig und wechselhaft. aber für einen zünftigen sonnenbrand reichte es..
... with very friendly and helpful people, excellent roads, a
proud and respected Maouri culture and inspirational scenery; we can
safely say we loved it there. With only one month we did move pretty
fast but still got the feel for places and the driving was part of it
to be honest, so scenic! So where did we go? Well, on the North
island, we started and ended our trip in Auckland. Apart from K-road,
it was a nice place, though at the end of the day, just like ...
Had a great last few days! The weather improved again and the rainy days were quickly forgotten.
Arrived to Auckland on Friday morning for ANZAC Day. Its a big commemoration day in Oz and NZ for the landings at Galipoli in WW1. After a few lengths of another great leisure centre pool we headed into Kingsland to meet up with Raymond Keane and his fiancée Lauren along with a few others to go and see Auckland Blues take on the Brumbies in Eden Park as ...
... by the long central beam with ribs crossing at regular intervals. We appreciated the "pare," a lintel over the doorway with carvings symbolizing the threshold between war on the outside and peace on the inside. The third floor highlighting the military history and the carved black marble memorial outside exemplified New Zealand's pride and gratitude for those who fought for their freedom. One in 5 of the male population served in WWI, while Great Britain was ...
It's day 3 and I was up nice and early, I was ready
and excited of an all-day beach and bush tour of Auckland. I travelled up
Queen Street, past the Auckland University and through the park, which is known
as the Domain. I then continue on through Ponsonby with its historic buildings
before heading over the Harbour Bridge. I strolled on Narrow Neck
Beach in historic Devonport then up to ...