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Kashima Antlers vs Auckland City en Vivo – Mundial de Clubes 2016

Aquí te traemos los enlaces en donde podrás ver el partido en vivo y en directo entre Kashima Antlers vs Auckland City en Mundial de Clubes 2016 en vivo por Internet y totalmente gratis, el partido se llevará a cabo...Leer Más...
by Sitios Total on Dec 8, 2016

I Finally Visited a Cat Café!

Can you believe cat cafes have only been a thing in New Zealand since last year? Rather predictably, they’ve become really popular, popping up in more and more places. Not Hamilton, unfortunately, which is why I, self-confessed crazy cat lady, only...
by POMS AWAY! on Dec 5, 2016

10 Things To Do in Auckland

So, I have detailed the various attractions in Auckland that we have visited. Now, I have put together a summary of 10 things you can do in this city for a short period of time. You may opt to stay a bit longer in every landmark. Others, we totally m...
by First-time Travels on Jul 8, 2016

Queen’s Day at Quay St, Wynyard Quarter and Queen St.

How fortunate are we to witness the Queen’s birthday celebration in Auckland, New Zealand while we were still there. In fact, it was the day we were to fly out, but we still enjoyed the holiday as the rest of the Kiwis. The night before, my oth...
by First-time Travels on Jul 1, 2016

Beach Loving Mission Bay and Devonport

Auckland is known as the City of Sails. Pictures of yachts and boats parked side by side are a common sight in this city. We spent some moment looking at them from the harbor and the wharf. They were lovely to watch from the parks overlooking Waitemo...
by First-time Travels on Jun 27, 2016

Garden Hopping in Auckland

Auckland is a city that is full of open spaces and greens. Gardens and parks, which are often called domains, abound in this city. One example is the Mount Eden domain. Because of its culture and environment, as well as its stability, infrastructure,...
by First-time Travels on Jun 26, 2016

First-time in Mt. Eden

When we listed down the places we wanted to see in Auckland, Mt. Eden was among those that constantly popped out in our chats and the research I made. My former Habitat colleague, Thelma, with whom I had constant communication prior to my actual trip...
by First-time Travels on Jun 22, 2016

The Otuataua Stonefields

When you’re an immigrant, you spend a lot of time at the airport, picking up visiting relatives. I’ve been to Auckland Airport many times, but I never knew about the important archaeological site right next to it! The Otuataua Stonefields are a p...
by POMS AWAY! on Jun 14, 2016

First-time in Grand Windsor Hotel Auckland

When the shuttle service we took from the airport dropped us in front of our hotel, I admit I was a bit disoriented. The first signs I saw were Gucci and Louis Vuitton and thought there must be some mistake. But as I scanned the area the second time,...
by First-time Travels on Jun 14, 2016

Travel PAL and Fly to Auckland

It was a 12-hour flight from Manila to Auckland, New Zealand, including an hour of layover midway at Cairns, Australia. I’ve taken my window seat, as I always request during check-in, which gave me an ample view of the scenery down there —...
by First-time Travels on Jun 12, 2016

tourist spot in the world’s most slovenly

tourist spot in the world’s most slovenly – did you know there are sights that squalid but is still visited by tourists. places of tourist attractions is still preferred by the tourists. places of tourist..
by hotel travel on Jun 9, 2016

Wonderful Trip to New Zealand

Never had I imagined I would travel to the land known for kiwis, Maoris and the Lord of the Rings all for free. It was in November of 2015 when I received one of Nuffnang’s blast e-mail regarding Globe Telecom’s #Wonderful Blog Competitio...
by First-time Travels on Jun 9, 2016

A Stroll through History

I learnt a lot about the history of Auckland last weekend, both Maori and European. I walked across the Otuataua Stonefields, an archaeological site encompassing one of New Zealand’s earliest settlements, and I visited the Howick Historical Village...
by POMS AWAY! on Jun 8, 2016

The Best Place to Live in New Zealand

Since moving to New Zealand, I’ve lived in four very different places: 1) Waiuku, a sleepy town south of Auckland, 2) Tauranga, a peaceful city in the Bay of Plenty, 3) Auckland Central, the busiest part of New Zealand’s busiest city, and 4) Hami...
by POMS AWAY! on May 23, 2016

Looking for a Cheap Car Rental Company in Auckland?

A lot of you may be in look out for a cheap car rental company in Auckland but unable to find one. Express Car Rentals is here for you. Modern fleet, special discounted rates, no hidden costs and what not! Link Source: slideshare.net    ...
by World Tourism Forum on Mar 30, 2016

Famous Haunted Places in New Zealand

Are you looking for some reportedly haunted locations across New Zealand to enjoy a paranormal escapade with your friends? You will be delighted to know that there are plenty of such spots you can pay a visit to. Being one of the oldest former Britis...
by World Tourism Forum on Mar 17, 2016

The Do’s And Dont’s Of Renting A Car

If you have planned to visit New Zealand for your business purpose or a vacation then renting a car from a well and reputed company would be a prudent thing for you to do. It will not only make your travelling convenient and fast, but it is a cost ef...
by World Tourism Forum on Mar 14, 2016

The Auckland Arts Festival 2016

Are you an art lover who has recently shifted to Auckland? Or a dilettante tourist in the city looking for some good cultural programme? Well, you are in luck, for this year’s Auckland Arts Festival has already commenced and will last till 20 March...
by World Tourism Forum on Mar 10, 2016

How To Get In And Around Auckland?

Auckland is the biggest city in New Zealand. It is also the main point of arrival to the country for all visitors. It's a lively and vivacious multicultural city that's set around two big harbours formed naturally. It has a temperate climate with def...
by World Tourism Forum on Mar 8, 2016

All the World’s a… Globe

How does Auckland’s ‘Pop-Up Globe’ compare to Shakespeare’s Globe in London? People are raving about Auckland’s ‘Pop-Up Globe’ – a replica of Shakespeare’s seventeenth century theatre right here in New Zealand. It’s only temporary...
by POMS AWAY! on Mar 6, 2016


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