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Auckland-Sydney and Places Inbetween-2018

First up-Auckland (16-18 February 2018):












































































Next up: Wellington
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Awesome pics! Looking forward to more.
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Auckland is stunning!
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I like the way the new building (parking garage?) maintains the same floorplate cadence as the historic one!
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it looks really pleasant there. great setting. if i were bret and jermaine i would ditch brooklyn and move back.
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I like the way the new building (parking garage?) maintains the same floorplate cadence as the historic one!
Holy crack what is China Construction doing in Auckland huh?
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On the way to Wellington we sailed by White Island and stopped in Gisborne:







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I just spent a lot more time looking into Burger Wisconsin than I should've.
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nice one! i'm quite fond of auckland.
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Loving this tour!
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Trust me, Wellington needs only one 600ft tall and another 700ft tall to form the perfect skyline.

It's easy.
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I enjoyed it immensely. Thanks !
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Hobart, with Bonorong Wildlife Sanctuary (25 February 2018):





















































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Great tour! I may be heading home to Auckland next October. Melbourne is a beast!
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thank you for the photos... they are nice.
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Awesome pics! Aukland in particular looks appealing to me, it has a fairly distinct look to it and great setting.
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I just spent a lot more time looking into Burger Wisconsin than I should've.
me, too. as a native cheesehead, I was unaware of Wisconsin's elevated status in the hamburger world:

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While we’re very proud to be a NZ owned and operated chain, leading the way for delicious healthy food in the burger market, we pay tribute to the history of great burgers through our name Burger Wisconsin, which reflects Wisconsin, USA’s title ‘Home of the Hamburger’.
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