Cheese breads, vegetables and fruits are basically available, you can also walk in the town. Although there are no famous attractions, it is also good to walk here and integrate into local life. Feel the local customs and people, and taste slowly.
Specially come a little distance, if in the vicinity can come to stroll, although the market is a little small, but the merchants are still complete, buy some small household goods is still good, can come and walk, good.
This comprehensive museum is good, the cafe next door is worth a visit, the ticket price is very reasonable, the buildings here are well maintained and established, Howick Historical Village is a historical miniature located in Howick District, Auckland The village reproduces the original appearance of the British colonial village more than 100 years ago, and reproduces the life scenes of early European immigrants who settled in Auckland from 1840 to 1880.
Go in from the entrance of the cafe, and then go through the cafe on the right. There is a bar in the cafe. You can buy a ticket for 16 NZD from the old foreign lady and you can go in and visit. Friends who like history should gain a bit!
Interesting place on a sunny spring morning!!!
On Sunday morning, I can go around. There is a market, which is very delicious. My husband and I like it very much~ a seaside town. When the weather is good, we wandered around in slippers holding hands. There are many foreigners.
The scenery here is very good. It does not take a lot of time to come here by car. The area of the village is not very large. There are several museums to see and coffee to taste.
[Scenery] The whole scenery is beautiful
[Interest] Highly interesting
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