The Salty Dog Inn
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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... he won the 95 America's Cup which btw. is named after the First Boat doing it rather than referring to the Land-masses. He really brought the Sailboat Racing to a new level especially in the early 90 winning among many other Victory's the 1994 Jules Verne Trophy for fastest non-stop circumnavigation of world aboard Enza. Named World Sailor of the Year and British Yachtsman of the Year for his ...
... before heading to the viaduct to make use of the community wifi (and the beautiful view of course). ...... After a quick pit stop at Surf n Snow we headed to the cinema at the Metro Centre to check out the listings, we then headed down Queen St. and to Mad Mex for chicken burritos!! Following dinner we made our way back to the Metro Centre, bought our tickets for the Transformers movie and headed to the amusement hall as we had ...
... to Facebook, commented on a few posts and then went for a shower.
Dad was up at about 8am and we chatted and then I made sure Karly was up and we both filled a small bag for an overnight stay.
At 9:15 ( as my sister demanded), we left, with her driving, Dad riding shotgun and Karly and I in the back.
We had planned little except an outline route and one definite stop, which was Sheep World in Warkworth, about 60 kms and ...
... us and headed to the Bay of Plenty. Here we stayed in our final hostel and observed the many younger backpackers some of who were staying a couple of nights and were playing drinking games, others who were mid-term residents working as pickers on local farms but could barely afford to feed themselves.
The next morning we headed back to Auckland were we were to stay with friends, Stephane and Tania. Stephane was French, had ...
... rather disproportionate, we thought!) and enough Salvation Army/Dollar Store shops for us to find everything we needed to equip the MH.
After settling into our campground, we ate lunch watching the small sailboats racing around in the harbour right outside the window of our MH...what a view! We met some great Kiwis, NoŽl and Elizabeth, who spoke with such a broad accent that I needed D to interpret ...