ASURE Camelot Arms Motor Lodge
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... worse version of McDonald's believe it or not) and were all set for our three hour journey across the Tasman Sea. After a smooth flight on the South Pacific's version of EasyJet (JetStar) and Abbie being attacked by a drug sniffer dog eager for the remnants of bananas in her bag (this also happened last time she came to NZ), we were all settled into our hostel in the blustery capital of NZ, Auckland, in next to no time.
The following day took us on a tour of the ...
... online for a TWO bedroom model, and we jumped all over it. A private bedroom,....are you kidding?!?
The apartment is great! Unfortunately,.....I'm NOT. The coughing and chest congestion has already began.
Adrienne went out for awhile. I went to bed. She brought me back fresh ginger, and Gatorade,....which I really needed.
I stayed in all afternoon, and just rested. I really like this place ...
... a Hop on Hop off bus thought about it but but at the finish we just wandered around Auckland, bit more shopping, Glenis got her nails done as they were starting to lift, had some lunch of 'Fush and Chups' and a beer. The wind got cold and started to rain even though we had coats on started to feel cold. Lots of people off the ship buying suitcases for all the extra shopping they had being doing at all the ports we had visited. Went back to the ship about 4.30pm and spent our ...
Leaving today from Christchurch. Fairly standard start to a trip with checking in and parking up in the koru lounge. 38 hours time should be in London. Flight 1 out of the way and made it to Auckland, quick graze then onto flight NZ87 bound for Hong Kong, all in good spirits despite the potential of two 12 hour flights back to ...
... meal out, 3 course luxury!
3) Favourite campsite (paid) – Lake Taupo, swimming pool & facilities
4) Favourite campsite (DOC) – Arohena, Lake side & picturesque
5) Favourite activity – Caving, such a different activity + the glow-worms!
6) Favourite driving leg – Te Anau to Q-town. Great blue lake and Milford sound valley.
So for now we’ll work with the family (2 adults, 1 teenage girl, ...