Calico Lodge

Address: 250 Matua Road, Kumeu, North Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 250 Matua Road, Kumeu, is near Coast to Coast Tours and Woodhill Mountain Bike Park.
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Travel Blogs from Kumeu

Farewell Aotearoa

A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on May 09, 2015

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... elitist class to board the plane first. Like they always do. Le sigh. Anyways, even though all their seats were reserved, they all surged forward like crazed wildebeest (like they always do, I cannot comprehend this even though everyone has a reserved seat?!?!) and despite my polite requests, wouldn’t allow me through the throng to retrieve my abandoned suitcase. In the end, I decided that these people despite all their evident wealth couldn’t afford manners and went in ...

North Island New Zealand

A travel blog entry by smadge on Mar 25, 2015

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... more than in 1984 for sure, but from what I have tasted none of any great quality. The Australian cheese in Australia was much better. In case you think I am being unfair I have been trying to get some NZ style Camembert to ripen into flavour to no avail. That said, milk, butter and cheese are very cheap here. The other pertinent question is perhaps what happens if China (NZ's largest dairy export market) develops its own dairy industry; does NZ have to rely on bungee ...

A day out on Waiheke Island

A travel blog entry by sandshoephil on Feb 18, 2015

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... bus is already discounted so its $45 / head. The ferry ride over takes about 45 minutes. Waiheke Island is in the Hauraki Gulf of New Zealand, about 18 klm from Auckland.
It is the second-largest island in the gulf, after Great Barrier Island and is the most populated, with nearly 8,730 permanent residents plus another estimated 3,400 who have second or holiday homes on the island.

Paul is off to hire a bike to ride around the island and ...

Day 112 - day 29 On my own!

A travel blog entry by doddy17 on Dec 23, 2014

... when we stop for a toilet break and arrange the meet the next morning. We get to Auckland and the 6 of us are put into the one room. Me Helen robin the Alaskan guy the girl from Brazil and ? They get steaks and BBQ upstairs whilst I wait for someone to join me for the $1 pizza night. I go back to the top and we share a few drinks before heading out to find a drink, only to find everywhere shuts at ...

Trounson Kauri park- Muriwai beach

A travel blog entry by midge88 on Mar 19, 2012

It was raining when we woke up at Trounson Kauri Park and it had been all night! Neither of us slept well because of it so we made ourselves a hot breakfast (beans on toast). We left the site as upon reading our guide, we discovered that there was nothing interesting between there and Auckland, and since it was rainy we decided to make as much headway ...