Chestnut Ridge Farmstay B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the bus next morning and will be until Rotorua. Of all the places I've been so far Raglan is the one I wanted to stay. If I were working over here I'd definitely spend my summer in this beautiful town. It's the perfect combination of beach, surf and mountains and the exact reason I wanted to come to New Zealand. It's just like no other place. The landscape is hard to describe and pictures just don't do it justice. I have no doubts that I will return to Raglan at some ...
... first available Park which happen ed to be the Princess seaside Park where I stopped and and prepared for an good nights sleep. Just about ready to turn in a Car stopped by and I checked is was security .The chap just wanted to tell me that he would close the gate and it would be only open again at 5:30 AM, this was Ok to me and we wished each other a good night. With Rain bouncing of the roof and wind-gusts, rocking the Van rocked me quickly to sleep. ...
... the Ashby family who had originally farmed the land.
We had arranged to meet friends Margaret and Vince in their camper over the weekend, however the weather forecast on the Internet was all bad news – a Tropical Cyclone (hurricane in the Northern Hemisphere, cyclone in the South) was heading for New Zealand – Cyclone Lusi. Yes, it would lose its power as it came down over the cooler waters of the Tasman but apparently would still be quite ...
... were stunning and we entered the Waipoua forest. The main attraction in the forest unsurprisingly is a tree, however, this is not a normal tree, this is Tane Muhata - Lord of the Forrest. It's massive! Next stop was Mangonui, we arrived around 6.30pm and had some fish and chips in the world famous restaurant overlooking the bay. Weather was sunny so got some good pictures of the ...
... was fell into disrepair in favour of the car. This section has been restored and run by volunteers. Running from Glenbrook to the small town of Waiuku about 45 minuets down the line. The kids were all very excited as we got aboard then made our way through the passenger carriages to the open car at the rear. There really is something about a real steam train that stays with you especially ...