Every year almost all the houses on Franklin Road in Freeman’s Bay are decorated with lots and lots of Christmas lights. It has become very popular to go for a walk down this street in the couple of weeks leading up to Christmas to soak up the Christmas atmosphere. If this is your first Christmas in
Friday afternoon at 4pm, a big crowd of Languages International students was waiting outside 27 for James and the pub crawl crew. After the pub-list and a competition paper had been handed out to the students, we all started walking towards Anzac Street where our first stop would take place. Happily and safely we arrived
We spent a beautiful winter’s evening on the sea last Friday. It was a little bit cold outside, but inside it was hot and happening. Most students dressed up in costumes beginning with “A”, “B” or “C”, with plenty of cowboys, a catwoman, an army man, an Australian, a Canadian, two anaesthetists, lots of bunnies,
As the summer sun set on what’s been a fabulous Auckland summer, 116 Languages International students and 7 teachers partied the night away aboard Nick’s Cruises disco boat. We journeyed up the harbour, everyone enjoying the turquoise sea and views of volcanoes. When it got dark, the DJ cranked up the tunes, playing request after
Languages International teachers and students hit the fashionable streets of Ponsonby this week. We visited 3 different bars, the first with a great view of the skytower, the second where we ate the famous new Zealand Green-lipped Mussel, and the last with live music – where we partied until the wee small hours. Everyone had
This week 93 of our students visited three fantastic pubs in Auckland. We drank real New Zealand beer, did an international quiz and mingled with the locals – who gave a lot of the answers to the teams.
Sixty five students and four staff enjoyed our recent boat party. Prizes were given to the best dancer and the best hat of the night. The students danced the night away as they cruised around the Auckland Harbour gaining spectacular night views of Auckland city.
82 students and 5 teachers spent three hours cruising the Auckland harbour and partying hard last Thursday night. Prizes were awarded for best and worst hat and best dancer. What a night !!