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... arrived at Auckland. It was so good to get off the plane and have a walk around. I had to wait 2 hour before boarding my next flight to Gold Coast Airport I was so excited to get on the plane for a quick 2 hour flight to get home. The plane touched down at the Gold Coast Airport, after getting of the plane I walked down to the luggage area to get my bags and walked out to the waiting bay to see my family we headed home, I can't wait to take the students on this ...
So we trundled our baggage through the paved streets, till we reached the Grand Union Canal, where we caught the number 1 water bus to the bus station. From there the number 5 bus took us to Marco Polo Airport and into air conditioned luxury. Despite the place being packed out with no spare seats and the check-in desk closed till 12.30pm, we were grateful to cool down and eventually change into some clean, sweat free, clothes for the trip to ...
... was pretty similar to watch but I still enjoyed seeing it again. They told us the names of the 5 dolphins at the end and one of them was Coen that the girls did their encounter with on our last trip, so they thought it was pretty cool to see him again.
After some last minute shopping, we headed out to the bus. Someone said later they had talked to a staff member who said it wasn't a busy day but there were still heaps of people about and the car park looked pretty full.
We are embarking on an extended holiday to Europe which is Sue's reward for working on until a few weeks ago. Rather than trying to get used to living at home together again we are going to a number of foreign countries to break ourselves in gently.
So, whilst I call it the Reward Trip, one of our sons has dubbed it " The Inheritance Tour" ...
... written a Baketsu Risto (or as you'd say in English Bucket List) of things that I really want to see and do in Japan and am hoping that our limited funds stretch enough with the ****** exchange rate that we can actually experience it all ...
My Must Do's in Japan (in no particular order)
1. Sing karaoke, badly
2. Drink Sake with Salarymen