Waiheke Island Resort and Conference Centre
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As I'd walked most of the city the evening before I decide to take a trip to Waiheke Island for the day and a look round, on the ferry crossing I decided to hire a bike and cycle round as it's only a small place. This turned out to be the biggest mistake I'd made all holiday!! It's hill after hill after hill! The beach I wanted ...
... ocean to that of the Tasman sea, which took us about three hours. Our guide was a Welshman who was absolutely hilarious and incredibly well read, he knew everything about Maori culture and history and seemed to have an answer to every question.
The next day we split up so Fabian got to rest from my constant thirst of exploration and quest to do every single activity in the guidebook. So Fabian ...
We then slowly walked back to the hotel, retrofitted ourselves and went down to be picked up by Albert’s cousin Philip, whom we hadn’t seen since 1988!
He took us to Takapuna, one of the suburbs of Auckland. We had a long stroll along the beach, and a pot of beer afterwards, during which he explained what his present activity is, how his children evolve (Jake of 20, and Poppie of 16 years), ...
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ausser zwei schönen stränden hat sie nichts zu bieten
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