DropBear

DropBear

From the Site_iconTravellr.com network
  • +1 rating

    14 hour transit in Auckland

    Should not be a problem. The opening match is in Eden park, which is a bit outside the city center, so busses between airport and city should be on time. Not sure what you want to see. You can walk up and down queen street for (expensive) shops, check out the skytower (~$30) visit the auckland museum (3-4 hours) or talk a walk at the domain. There is an airport bus to the city every 15 mins as far as i know, 2-way tickets ticket $26. in the city itself you can take the linkbus to explore newmarket, parnell , k-road and ponsonsby for $1.80 and there is a free bus going around the city center. over 8 years ago

  • 0 rating

    We can't do a lot of walking. We're going on a cruise. We need easy tours In Stockholm, Helsinki, St. Petersburg, Tillonn & Copenhagen.

    How long do you stay in stockholm and what exactly are you looking for? The Skansen (http://www.skansen.se/en/) and Vasa Museum (http://www.vasamuseet.se/en/) is a must see; and of course the inner city is quite nice. over 8 years ago

  • 0 rating

    Where do you find home rental listings for Cologne or Bonn?

    what sort of rentals? Student? long term? city center or outside? here is a site for students: http://www.studenten-wg.de/K%F6ln,mietwohnung.html otherwise search for "Mietwohnung in Köln" over 8 years ago

  • 0 rating

    Why can Singaporean's not behave properly in this society?

    y u no question?! :) over 8 years ago

  • 0 rating

    How to kill a week in Auckland ?

    There are a lot of second hand and retro-type stores on k-road (just all the way up queen street). You might also like Newmarket (Stores), Ponsonby (Has some art galleries) and Parnell (Auckland Museum and Food), CBD (Skytower) or take the ferry from Britomart to Devonport and climb the hill for a scenic view. If you have more free time get to Waiheke Island for a 2 days, a 40mins Ferry ride away from central Auckland. It's a pretty nice and quiet island, can rent a bike there or do some wine tastings and tours, or go to the beach if it is not to cold for you. Use the link bus to get around, either the green one or the new yellow-orange busses - see www.maxx.co.nz . They drive around the city center and the suburbs around the cbd every few minutes, cost $1.80 and you always end up at britomart in the city center sooner or later if you catch the green or yellow bus. over 8 years ago

  • 0 rating

    Driving from Darwin to Broome...is it safe?

    It's as safe as anywhere else in Australia. Just stay at campgrounds overnight, and not just at the side of the road and you will be ok. If you are concerned about breakdowns then just drive in a convoy with other travelers. You can find other backpackers or traveler at http://www.shareyourride.net/rides/Darwin+to+Broome/760-718/ , or check the local hostel boards. over 8 years ago

  • 0 rating

    It's easy to find accommodation in Thailand?

    No problem there; just walk into any hotel and let you show the room, or ask any of the many travel agents booths on the road or the taxi/tuktuk drivers - however the last will eventually take you to their uncle/brother/parents home and try to rent you out a spare bed in the living room area - but don't be offended if that happens; just ask if you can see another hotel instead. over 8 years ago

  • 0 rating

    How to go from Arnhem to Weikersheim directly?

    Train is usually the way to go, check out http://www.bahn.de . Both cities seem quite small, so i dont think there many other options. over 8 years ago