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... you awake at one in the morning. Smart Gate. NZ passport control really needs to get the act organised. Auckland airport was not great. They had not assistance at the e-passport smart gates so lots of people were not using them correctly and having problems. This also mean a long queue for those who failed smart gate as they had only one person processing them. In Europe Deb's e-passport works fine, but here her NZ e-passport has failed smart gate every ...
This weekend I stayed at Shannon's house.
It is a beautiful old timber/wood house. I like the
architecture of their widows!
Friday afternoon we arrived at her house. And
I will stay the whole weekend with her family.
They have a black Labrador. His name is Raili and
he is about two years old. And ...
As soon as we got up we started getting ready for a big 15k walk then once we got in the car it turned out that the water taxi that we needed to take us to the outer side of the bay was not available so we decided to go to the place we were going to go to the next day today. It was a maori village that had a geyser and hot springs. We started by looking around and we watched the geyser for a bit but it was not spraying much water just steam, we had booked a tour ...
... call her this which makes it funnier. The hostel typically ran out of dorm rooms so the only other option for rooms was the 'orgy' room which was basically a 32 person room with bunk beds 10 beds wide. I really didn't want to sleep in a room with 31 other bodies for the difference of a couple of pounds. Inevitably though Daisy and I pulled the short straw and ended up having to sleep in this room. It was atrocious. So atrocious we had to laugh. ...
... it we are not used to busy cities anymore- when we trudged into the foyer about to tackle the hotel about parking arrangements. So we were delighted and surprised at seeing Richard, Emma and son Xavier waiting for us, and providing a useful distraction. The parking sorted we turned around and immediately went out with them to a nearby restaurant where Anne also arrived ...