Skyline And Harbor View

“Kia ora "is the greeting of the Māori, the indigenous people of New Zealand, and it is still used in everyday language. Auckland on the North Island was our first destination in New Zealand. Upon arrival at the airport it poured with rain and it was pretty cold. We had found a room with Natalia and Dom About AirBnB, a very nice Argentine-New Zealand couple. On the evening of our arrival they cooked for us as a welcome dinner, a typical New Zealand court: there was lamb sausage, Potatoes, Peas and egg. And so we also had the same opportunity to know us better and to get a few travel tips for our tour of New Zealand.
The second day in Auckland was still rainy and so we had time again for another trip planning, the blog and photos.
In Greater Auckland live on 1,4 million inhabitants, which is a third of the total rural population. The city is located on approximately 50 inactive volcanoes and lies in a sheltered bay. On our third and last day in Auckland we had back luck with the weather and went for a city tour in the sunshine. We walked along the harbor, by the Albert Park, through the city center and the shopping street, sahen die Town Hall und den Clock Tower.
The next day we started our 14-day exploration of the North Island with a camper.