Waldorf Celestion Apartment Hotel
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... a Pita Pit again near the Auckland Town Hall. We headed back to our "broom closet" and washed up, read, and relaxed a bit.
We decided to walk to the harbor in the evening. We did some window shopping, and had an Italian dinner at Elliott stables, "Auckland's epicurean village". We are going to have a quiet night at the hotel and are both looking forward to sleeping horizontally.
... It was soo funny. Out of the 2
carriages I only had 2 people who agreed with me…get me back to north England
haha Back to the centre and we found our self another watering hole for another
couple of hours and then back home. The night was topped off by going to McD’s
for a late night snack and Nick ordering 80c ice creams!
were actually all ok….Nick not so much. He does not work well on hangovers! We
went to a café ...
... English friend made a very heartfelt speech but basically summed up what we all were thinking - that meeting each other and travelling the country with one another had really made the experience and we were very lucky to have met such a good group of people. We ended the night at The Find enjoying their famous teapot cocktails. The next day was a team breakfast, followed by a final Fergburger lunch and a wander around town before we waved off Tom, Lauren, Sarah and Amy. ...
... has loads of brilliant museums and galleries, so it makes sense that Lizzy and I spent a lot of our time in a place just round the corner where the main things to do were bowling, table football and mini golf. Making the most of our cultural experience here, we are.
Aside from that stuff though, the main reason we were in Auckland specifically for this weekend was for the beer festival. I, as you can imagine, had a brilliant ...
... Auckland looked incredible. It was almost messianic (and I'm not a believer). I got to work early and wrote up the card, I put: To Everyone at Pt Erin Pools, Thank you so much for putting up with me this summer, I've had a great time and made some wonderful memories. I'll miss you all. Love from the Bossy Pom, Jordan (hahahaaaa I'm sure most of them are glad I'm leaving)! The chocolates didn't last long and by the time I came to have one all the minging ones were left. ...
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