• Auckland Zoo - Gangnam Style - Auckland Fish Market - New Zealand - Day 5

    121 views 9 months ago
    Visited Auckland Zoo, did the gangnam style and ate at the Auckland Fish Market. Our sad last day in New Zealand.

    It rained on our last day! I interpret it as New Zealand crying because we are leaving, HAHA! Morning started with a light drizzle of rain, then it down poured like crazy! It ruined our trip to the zoo. Didn't want to get drenched.

    After she suggested we go shopping, I cringed and quickly mentioned the Auckland fish market. Saved! It worked, she agreed. Quickly drove to the market before she changes her mind. She's notorious at it.

    Auckland fish market had some nice restaurants surrounding it. Although the fish cocktails we ordered wasn't the best I have ever had, it wasn't a slouch either. Tasted great. After eating, the rain stopped! Oh my Christ! I was so happy, it just meant we can walk outside and not stay indoors for the rest of the day. On to our next New Zealand adventure.

    Auckland Zoo is very big, it wasn't as packed. Maybe because it was on a weekday and it just rained cats and dogs. There was still rain, but sprinkles. We got to see some really endangered species at 3:44! Sadly we didn't see the Kiwi bird, there were children in there and they were so loud. Apparently noise scares Kiwis. That was disappointing. Other than that, it turned out to be a really good day. It's great to see the Auckland Zoo, recommended.
    After that we returned our hired car and got driven to the Auckland International airport.

    Met a very interesting fellow who migrated to New Zealand 15 years ago. He was quite adamant about how bad the public transport is in New Zealand. Noting that there are so many cars on the road. He also stated that the population of New Zealand is booming at a high rate. So the public transport has to be really prioritized by the government.

    We said goodbye to our driver and checked in. Very sad to leave New Zealand, it's such a beautiful country and we had heaps of fun.
    Goodbye New Zealand, hope to see you again soon.

    Thanks for watching and travel safe guys!

    ============================================
    NEW VIDEO EVERY TUESDAY
    ============================================
    MUSIC
    Red Berry by Silent Partner
    ============================================
    FOLLOW
    Website-----http://foovler.com
    Facebook----https://www.facebook.com/Fo......
    Twitter----https://twitter.com/foovler
    Instagram--https://www.instagram.com/f...
    Google+ ----https://plus.google.com/112...... Show less
    Read more
  • Sydney Play all

    Once you've seen the Opera House and the Harbor Bridge, you might wander, what are other things to do in Sydney? This is what I was thinking when I started this series. There are also other places to go in Sydney other than Sydney. I mean outside of Sydney are multitude of attractions. There will also be a lot of food because I am a glutton. I just eat so much, hence I can't get sexy back. Enjoy guys.
    This item has been hidden
  • New Zealand Play all

    Our four and a half days trip in New Zealand. Will likely visit again, it's that good. We did so much in our short stay. Wish it could have been longer, there are just so many things to do.

    New Zealand is now over populated with over 4.5 million people living there. Traffic has now become a problem to the New Zealanders. We were speaking to our driver that took us the airport. He said that it takes him two hours to get home, that would normally take him 40 minutes. There are just too many cars on the road. An improvement of the public transport should be on the agenda.

    Traffic is mainly in the city area where there are more population. The countryside is another matter. Clear open road, green grass and hills is what you will see.

    I can't blame people from wanting to move to New Zealand. It is a beautiful country, very picturesque. Who wouldn't want to wake up to nature all the time? For people that wants to retire or just want a quiet life, New Zealand is the place.

    In our first day we didn't do much as the day was almost over. We landed, hired a car, ate a pie, drove to Hamilton. Sounds boring but the scenery was so picturesque. Got some really great footage of sunsets and rainbow.

    The second day, half of the day was spent in Hamilton Gardens. The garden is huge, you will need at least half a day or more to explore the place. We then drove to Rotorua as it was getting a bit late. Every drive was so nice because of the beautiful landscapes New Zealand has. Arrived in Rotorua and wanted to try out their natural springs spa. We didn't want to go to the Polynesian spa so we opted to drive another 30 minutes to another one. Waikite Valley pools is great, worth the drive. I'd imagine there are less people going here compared to the Polynesian spa which is in the city center of Rotorua. Rented a private spa for only $27, so cheap and worth it. Then we ate at Eat Streat, no that is not a typo. There are lots of great eateries here I bet but the one we went to was just not good. It was not even OK.

    The third day in New Zealand was really fun and we did so much. There is so much to do in Rotorua. We saw the Haka performed by Maori warriors and a love song that I will always remember. You have to hear it, it's so good. It's called Pokarekare Ana. Do a search on YouTube and compare which version is best. Saw the Pohutu geyser which is the best on in the Southern Hemisphere. Bubbling mud pool, steaming streams of water, funky smell of sulfur. That was only the first park we visited.
    We then drove to Skyline and tried out the luge. That was fun, it was like a go cart without the motor. If you just started I recommend going in the scenic or intermediate route. Advance is not necessarily for experts, we went there after 2 rides, just to be safe.
    After a great luge session, we headed back to Rotorua's CBD as we had 3 hours to kill before our buffet at the Stratosfare, a restaurant in Skyline. We got to a park in Rotorua and I decided to go for a run so I can fit more in at the buffet later. Get our money's worth, it was $52.
    The buffet at Stratosfare wasn't great, it was just OK. I think we were paying more for the view. The crayfish, which was succulent, we had to pay extra.
    We had our fill and now it's time to head to Taupo. Driving at night is not really recommended, never know what's going to happen. It is good to avoid traffic though.
    We got to Taupo very late. Stayed at Bay Motors inn, which was reasonable and it was just by the shore of Taupo bay.
    This item has been hidden
  • Japan Play all

    This item has been hidden
  • Vietnam Play all

    This item has been hidden
to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...