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

North Island New Zealand

A travel blog entry by smadge on Mar 25, 2015

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... 500 chiefs many of them present at the official event which indeed took place at Paihia on a site next to our hotel. This is now a sort of open museum, very well maintained and instructive. The treaty, as treaties often are, is pretty contentious and its ramifications still discussed today. It is very much on the political agenda. By 1840 the British settlers and the Maori (fighting on both sides) had been fighting with ever increasing ferocity and some sort of settlement ...

Day 41 Auckland third day

A travel blog entry by luv2cruise on Feb 21, 2015

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... It was served with butter and raspberry jam. Just delicious. We enjoyed looking at the wonderful view. There is a revolving restaurant, but we could not have a reservation until later. The cafe was our alternative. We were happy with the coffee and scone.

We knew there was a flea market in Silo Park so we headed over to it. Auckland is very easy to navigate by foot, there are some nasty hills, but overall, a fun city ...

Flying to the land of kiwis

A travel blog entry by amzellen on Jan 26, 2015

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... ready to leave. I had ordered my taxi for around 14:00 as getting out of the main city area I was in would take awhile with traffic and all. Popped out for some lunch just before the car came. It then took around 40 mins to get to the airport and I was quite impressed as the taxi drivers choice of music was westlife! One thing I couldn't work out about Hong Kong was the weather. It was about 20C but I couldn't decipher whether it was actually that warm or whether ...

Snoop-a-Loop!

A travel blog entry by passporteva on Dec 25, 2014

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... to get served at the bar!

With the sun beating down, it was no surprise we got sunburnt, but we still had a great time. Music, outdoors, booze, people, sun = a great summer's day!

GUtted we didn't stay for Major Lazer, but I did at least hear some of his set as we were leaving (in an attempt to beat the taxi rush).

Would I go again? Maybe. Did I enjoy it? Definitely :)
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Last Country, Penultimate Island!

A travel blog entry by josh-and-abbie on Nov 02, 2014

... worse version of McDonald's believe it or not) and were all set for our three hour journey across the Tasman Sea. After a smooth flight on the South Pacific's version of EasyJet (JetStar) and Abbie being attacked by a drug sniffer dog eager for the remnants of bananas in her bag (this also happened last time she came to NZ), we were all settled into our hostel in the blustery capital of NZ, Auckland, in next to no time.

The following day took us on a tour of the ...