ASURE Camelot Arms Motor Lodge
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While the Boeing 777 200 had a number of movies, all I wanted was some music and in the end it was endless loop of the "Golden Era" music channel. I don't sleep well on planes and this was no exception.
Chicken dinner at 3 am and 2 hours before landing along came breakfast.
Remembered about taking my “No Jet Lag” tablets so hopefully that will help on this trip.
... too well and at the end of our glass we headed out for a bit of the two wheel action - in the lead Johnny Brownlee! We watched a few laps then the transition to running and Brownlee immediately stretched his lead. Janet enjoyed cheering him on as he passed our ideal spot on the corner. His lead easily reached 100m before the end which came with a sharp shower. Returning to our room for supper NZ wickets were falling fast and it was unlikely to last the full ...
... in old colonial style Russell. These are mainly used for motor homes and caravans and a few tents but they also have a number of cabins with use of communal kitchens, bbq's and showers. We had a walk along the waterfront the first night and a drink at the Duke of Marlborough, the oldest pub in New Zealand. Very nice setting to people watch. Russell is a lovely town, quiet and quite upmarket. Back at the cabin John barbequed lamb chops and we decided to try the green lipped ...
... was! There was a lot of time spent in the airports and on the plane. We left at 9:40 p.m. from Phuket and were scheduled to arrive in Auckland at 11:55 p.m. the following day.
In Phuket, we were one of the first in the line to get checked in for our flight, however, because of the 8-hour layover in the Melbourne Airport, the little Jetstar Thai staff were getting all worked up and we ended up waiting 45 minutes or so while they tried to figure out what to do. ...
... few hours relaxing, packing our cases and then enjoying a simple dinner at our hotel bar. We have an early rise tomorrow as we need to be at the airport at 5am to start our journey home. Today was an amazing end to our holiday in NZ. We spent it doing our most favourite things together... Hiking, drinking wine, eating good food and too much ice cream, lazing in the sun, swimming in the beach and just laughing and enjoying each other's company. Goodnight for the final time from Auckland, ...