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Tautauroa Creek

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  • Day22

    So schää war's im Kiwiland

    January 15, 2019 in New Zealand ⋅ ☀️ 16 °C

    Trotz der Entfernung und der weiten Anreise ist Neuseeland ein Traumziel und ehrlich gesagt wurde ich belohnt mit einem >Best of< der Kontinente 💕 ... fasziniert von den Farben und dem Licht , dass die Konturen soviel klarer erscheinen lässt. Das lässt sich kaum in Worte fassen und schon gar nicht beschreiben. Ich kann gar nicht wirklich sagen was mir im Kiwiland am besten gefallen hat... alles hatte auf seine eigene Weise seinen ganz besonderen Charme und das bei jedem Wetter... unglaublich, ja auf jeden Fall. Mehr als einmal hat es mich umgehauen und den Atem geraubt. Dankbar bin ich das ich ein kleines Stück von Neuseeland bereisen konnte und alles so super geklappt hat, die Menschen denen ich begegnet bin alle so lieb und hilfsbereit waren . Und das aller Beste ich hatte eine so tolle Reisebegleitung , liebe Suzan, Danke für die schöne Zeit mit dir 🤩🤗😘
    Kia ora 💕
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  • Day19

    Home sweet Home

    February 27, 2019 in New Zealand ⋅ ☀️ 20 °C

    Unser Zuhause für die nächsten 23 Tage ist ein Mercedes-Motorhome. Kindersitze und Glücksbringer sind montiert... Los geht's!

    Danke an dieser Stelle für all die tollen Geschenke, die wir von euch auf unsere Reise mitbekommen haben! 😘Read more

  • Day97

    Ab sofort 2!

    December 8, 2017 in New Zealand ⋅ ⛅ 20 °C

    Nach einer recht langen und spaßigen Nacht gings um 6 Uhr zum Flughafen. Dort angekommen direkt mal den traditionellen Maori Kriegstanz erlebt. Beeindruckend.
    Jan und ich sind nun auf dem Weg in die Stadt.
    Ab sofort bin ich also zu zweit unterwegs. Jetzt geht die Reise erst richtig los. 👍🏻
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  • Day83

    Bye bye Camperleben

    January 25 in New Zealand ⋅ ⛅ 23 °C

    Und dann war es soweit! Nach dieser schönen Zeit in Neuseeland auf 4 Rädern, müssen wir nach 3‘000 Km unseren „Kiwi“ abgeben. Wir sind traurig!

  • Day4


    November 12, 2018 in New Zealand ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C

    I woke up at 3:30 and knew within seconds that I was not going to go back to sleep. This was not helped by the realisation that my Revolut card loaded with £1000 was not where I thought it was. Bugger. Cue panicked message to Lucy to go round to the flat and look in a pile of papers and stuff which was the only place I could think it could be. So without my card and being locked out of the app I am completely dependent on Phil for cash like a 1950s housewife. I could get used to it but I think it might wear a bit thin with him. With all my extra insomnia induced time I looked into stuff to do in Auckland which turns out isn’t that much. When Phil surfaced we decided to go to Waiheke, an island just outside of Auckland. We got the boat over (I have a magnet and have now been on a boat so can go home happy!) and started on a trail round the island which blew our little minds straight away. Unfortunately part of the trail was shut off so we had to cross inland where we discovered that it was an error to have not put any sun cream on and the spare jumper and hat I’d packed definitely wouldn’t be necessary. We ended up at Oneroa Beach which was beautiful (I am going to have to find more adjectives soon). We stopped for some food and local wine before heading back to Auckland sipping beers on the top deck of the boat. I then discovered my phone was not working properly which obviously sent me into a panic of epic proportions like the true millennial I am. We tried a few options of how to fix it but no joy. So I am now completely dependent on Phil. Lucky him. After deciding not to see if there were any tickets left to see Deff Leppard who were playing that night we went to meet Lou in Ponsonby and ate loads of delicious Asian food washed down with countless beers.Read more

  • Day3

    Auckland, anyone home?

    May 20, 2016 in New Zealand ⋅ ⛅ 18 °C

    Arrived Auckland airport after dark and i have seen more people at Griffith airport. Very quiet which is perfect, almost no queue at immigration, bags came out real quick and then we are out into the lovely moist Auckland air. Now looking for the hotel bus becomes a bit of a challenge with various airport giving us conflicting instructions before ringing the hotel and getting the real travel info. Short bus ride with Sue starting an indepth conversation with the bus driver. Checked into the Sudima Airport Hotel, very nice and after enjoying a very nice dinner, called it an early night, ready for Kampervan adventures tomorrow.
    Light rain but warm, maybe 20C
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