Waldorf Celestion Apartment Hotel
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... I have 3 pair of travel pants,....2 short sleeve Tees, 5 long sleeve travel shirts, long johns, a tiny raincoat, PJ's (gonna be staying in hostels), a bathing suit, and short wrap, sun hat, and one rain hat, a sleep sheet, a travel towel, and a small turban towel, 1 extra pair of shoes, a lightweight sweater, and a fleece jacket. I have a small clothesline, and tiny clips to wash and hang clothes. Oh,...and ...
... loos (some of which flush continuously even when you're sitting on them!) The house and cat are all good, the washing machine has started and a leg of lamb is out of the freezer defrosting. No prizes for guessing what's for dinner tonight. Time to start planning the next one ...
... I found out Jed was planning to surprise me by turning up a day early... His plan was spiked however by the change of hostel but non the less I was super excited to see him a day earlier! The coach ride was 4 hours long and involved a lot of waiting in traffic :/ never the less we got to Auckland on time and as has become standard with us... It was raining. We got soaked walking to Laura's hotel and then on to my hostel. I checked in and tried ...
... shopping windows. Most of the buildings is nicely maintained. Auckland seems to be a cool place to live if you prefer staying in the city.
The only thing we found quite surprising was the age of homeless people begging on the streets. More than 90% of them were so young (between 25 and 35) and apparently fully capable to work which is quite rare because normally you can see either disabled or old people living on the street. We havenīt met with such a phenomenon in ...
... to see along the way back to Auckland. The first stop was the Waitomo Glow Worm Caves. We all wanted to see the caves, but upon arrival were all disappointed at how expensive it was. $50 per person for an hour in the caves... no thank you. We instead headed a little bit north to Kiwi House, which has a few kiwi's on display along with a bunch of other birds and some eels. The kiwi's are a ridiculous bird... they're flightless, ...