The Olives

Address: 283 Old North Road, Kumeu, North Island, 892, New Zealand | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 283 Old North Road, Kumeu, is near Coast to Coast Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Kumeu

Arriving in New Zealand

A travel blog entry by sophietips on Sep 08, 2014

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Hi guys! I've decided to create a blog so I can share my trip with you :) So.. Let's get started! I've had a 40h trip to come from Belgium to NZ. It felt so long and I got so scared in the plane because of the turbulences! I was sitting next to a group of Italian guys. I didn't talk to them that much because I was ugly and I hadn't showered for so long :p But then I met my friend Shohan at the airport (she came ...

Last week of volunteering, then to NZ!

A travel blog entry by kalie on Jun 24, 2014

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... experiences, as Portugal lost to Germany 4-0... which I had to listen to over the radio :(

Tuesday wasn't as busy as Monday - we did some routine work on farms, and in the clinic.

Wednesday was really interesting - I assisted in the amputation on the right forelimb of a black lab that had a cancerous mass! The surgery went well, and I got to help close as well - and apparently I didn't do too bad :)

I left Wednesday afternoon back to Glasgow. On Thursday ...

Auspicious Aviation Adventures in Auckland

A travel blog entry by alexanderdrury on Apr 21, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... the waiters bring cuts of meat on skewers to your table then cut you a slice if you like the look of it. Predictably our eyes proved bigger than our bellies, especially after two weeks of home cooking in Linford.

Our exhilarating last day in New Zealand was a fitting note on which to conclude an action-packed, once in a lifetime four week adventure. Lyndsey is still convinced that getting married was far more nerve-racking ...

The Coast and the Grampian Hills

A travel blog entry by billy.mann.7169 on Feb 17, 2014

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The breakfast room in the hostel was shared with a Groovy Grape busload making the eastbound run from Adelaide to Melbourne. They made an earlier departure than we did on the westbound trip. Along the Coast Road, we stopped to walk down to the beach near the east end of the Apostles. It's on a grander scale but we were reminded of Marsden Rock. Here, however, there is no pub and no lift. You walk down 200 steps and (later) you walk up 200 steps. A wild Southern Ocean at the ...

Back to where I began.. Auckland!

A travel blog entry by carolineanne22 on Nov 22, 2013

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... and the water (see photographs).

After making my way down the sky tower, I casually strolled back to my cousin Demi's workplace to meet her where we had arranged. Her house was only a short walk away and we had plenty to talk about. I was surprised to find that the price she pays to rent in her house, located almost central in New Zealand's main city, and arguably one of the more expensive areas to live, was a similar price to what I paid in Bath currently ...