The first stop is in front of a huge old gear landscape on the seashore, where you can see a panoramic view of the Auckland Harbour Bridge. The bridge used to be the landmark of Auckland, connecting the north and south sides of the Port of Waitimata in Auckland. The bridge was built in 1959 with a total length of 1020 metres. Later, due to the rapid growth of economy and population, the design overload of the bridge was unable to meet the demand. In 1969, Japanese experts were hired to design the bridge to widen both sides, increasing the overload of the bridge from the original four-way to six-way, which doubled the overload of the bridge. According to the guide, the added lanes are changeable, that is, according to the different directions of traffic flow in the morning and afternoon, the lanes can be adjusted to meet the traffic demand. Even so, it is said that the traffic jam is still serious, so our trip is just to arrange a long view.