ASURE Camelot Arms Motor Lodge
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... to Auckland harbour, on the look out for dolphins or whales - Ed says he saw a dolphin but the rest of us were not so sure. The conditions had been perfect for the flight with sunny cloudless blue skies and no wind to create any turbulence - a great birthday memory. Landing was a little bumpy across the waves and again was strange to see the water splashing up under the plane. We tied up at the harbour, had a photo in front of the plance then headed off. ...
... had a bite of food and a beer. There we also got a great view. After that we just went walking around. We peaked into some bar right as the All Blacks game was about to start. Rugby is the biggest sport in NZ and everyone at the bar was pretty hyped for the game. None of us really could understand what was going on, but we watched until the girls got too tired and had to take them home. I feel asleep on the train ride back and we missed our stop, so it took ...
... little while later to make lunch and to buy a couple of bits of fruit from a stall. There were lots of locals out enjoying the sunshine. The Kiwis do seem to be great ones for getting outside. Before getting to Auckland, we took a break at a European-style service station, which must be one of a handful in the entire country. We even drove along some three-lane roads on the city outskirts. This is a major rarity in New Zealand. As the sun was setting, we pulled into the ...
... was lovely to catch up, talk about the engagement and introduce them to Sarah. The next day we had a little lie in then prepared ourselves to say goodbye to a trusty friend...Lucy (our camper). She had been a great companion and now we had to swap her in for a car or an 'El cheapo' as Jucy call it! El cheapo couldn't have been closer to the truth- we swapped our wonderful purple and green mean machine in for a burgundy Nissan Bluebird (@mum Faber - ...
... new clothes and the purchasing of upgrades to modern technology (which are ultimately exactly the same) in order to save for this journey. Thus far I had journeyed across mountains, lakes, jungles and lonely oceans; but nothing would capture my heart as much as The Hobbiton movie set.
It was set on an actual farm on the outskirts of Matamata and whilst watching the movie I wondered if such greenery was the work of some technological sorcerer. I can reveal to you that ...