Seafields

Address: 283 Broomfield's Rd , Howick, Auckland, North Island, 2571, New Zealand | 5 star b&b
 
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This 5 star B&B, located on 283 Broomfield's Rd , Howick, is near Limerick Racecourse, Howick Historical Village, IMAX, and Ambury Park.
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      Killing Time and NOT Spending Money

      A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret on Nov 26, 2014

      2 comments

      ... via Australia. Three countries in a single day, none of which celebrate Thanksgiving. It will certainly not feel like Thanksgiving. We'll try not to think about it.

      We are prayerful about the prospect of traveling through China, but the visa process is expensive and laborious. We haven't made a decision yet, but I think it would be a very cool part of the world to experience. Stay tuned on China. ...

      The end of a Visa

      A travel blog entry by mables on Jun 18, 2014

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... I did so much that year. I bought a car and drove all over the place. I got my scuba diving certificate and spent 10 days diving on the Great Barrier Reef. I went up in a helicopter, I spent nights on the beach watching the sun go down, and I swam with sharks. I fasted for a week and did everything that scared me or pushed my limits. The important thing was I learned what made me happy.


      I spent time being me, the me that I wanted to be. I ...

      Leaving NZ

      A travel blog entry by nikseurope on Apr 22, 2014

      Very uneventful really! Ross took me to the airport. At checkin I could laugh as basically the whole flight was queued up waiting and I had done it on line. I had to wait for one person ahead if me to do my bag drop! I was able to print boarding passes at home right through to London! (including Melbourne and ...

      New Zealand - Auckland

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Mar 23, 2014

      71 photos

      ... is a special kind of tree, very common in New Zealand. Māori used kauri timber for boat building, carving and building of houses. Today different architectural styles are mixed in Devonport: Victorian, Colonial and Georgian.

      Devonport can be also proud of several wonderful parks and beaches. Cheltenham Beach is said to be suitable for families with small kids because it has a low tide throughout the whole year. In Devonport there is also the Navy Museum which we ...

      North Island

      A travel blog entry by kirstyandtom on Feb 25, 2014

      ... which was built for the Americas cup in 2000 and alsol Albert Park. One of the many best things about Auckland is that despite being New Zealand's biggest city it's still easy to walk around most of it in a day! After dinner that evening we headed back to the sky tower to admire the night sky.
      The following day we set off for Waitomo where we would get a chance to see the famous glow worm caves. En route we stopped in a nice little town called otorohanga ...