Onetangi Beach Apartments
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... the way people were dressed to the décor of the place. The three of us plumped for a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc and a platter to share. Both of these were easily some of the nicest things I have ever consumed in my life. The platter consisted of olives, pastrami, cheeses, biscuits. If I hadn’t been riding a bike and if money had been no object, I could have easily have drank three of those bottles to myself…even if they cost £25 each! Ouch!
... boulders and through a palm tree forest we arrived at a fabulous beach - only a few other brave souls - all others having fled back telling us that the tide was coming up soon and we were heading in the wrong direction. Nia built a beach shelter aided by Chris her palm leaf carrier. The area behind the beach was a nesting reserve for the NZ red breasted Cotterell. The weather got better & better :) Dinner at Castle Rock Cafe where there was ...
... and they showed us around. Eliza kept pointing out all the cake shops and which were the best ones to go to! We took a historical tour around the city centre and saw the sights and now for a dominos pizza £2.50 for a large Hawaiian pizza yes £2.50!!! That's mental better than the £15 back home. Hopefully off to a volcanic island and then a sky jump from sky tower on Sunday whoop whoop! ...
Lots of things to do in preparation for the trip, departing Auckland on 10 June.
Confirmed with Tower that we are covered under the ASB Gold Card Insurance scheme, they are sending out policy wording & activation letter.
Signed up for this Travelpod.
Cancelled Herald (& free Woman's Weekly) from 9 June.
Cancelled Slingshot Broadband ...
... to do a bus trip around Auckland on a 'Hop on, Hop off' bus. Cost $50 for a one hour trip that I really didn't think was worth it for an hour tour. It cost even more for an 'all day' pass. For $50 we couldn't even get off to take photos, the seat were double seats but tiny. My **** was hanging out in the aisle with only one butt cheek on the seat. When a few people got off I grabbed a double seat for myself. We at least got to see a fair bit of Auckland city ...