Friday, 15 February 2013
Auckland: Devonport, Corellis and the University
ferries to Devonport did not go to the town in Tasmania (what was I thinking!) but a suburb of Auckland. They went regularly and I was told that Devonport was a charming seaside town of history, cafes and gift shops where I could walk up a volcano or along the beach.
Revel Cafe. I did visit Revive. It didn't have lots of ambiance but they had lots of healthy salads. I dropped by and brought Frooze Balls on the way back to the Braemar on Parliament B&B where I was staying. These balls were amazing. Full of fruit and nuts, they were just what I needed to get me through the evening.
Artport) was through customs at the airport. After flying long haul with a three year old last year, flying solo felt like luxury. I was able to eat my meals and watch movies (Argo and The Perks of Being a Wallflower) without interruptions. For those who are interested in my meals, I have an update on my plane food post.
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