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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Out and about am

A travel blog entry by sonia.robinson on Mar 04, 2015

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Everyone rather quieter this morning after the party! Els had her truck windows tinted this morning , late birthday present from Al. Ideal over here as the sun follows you everywhere you drive. We also saw Els on Chippy her horse who is 16 hands which for a slip of a girl like Els is huge. She uses the fence to climb up to get on him. He was hit by a car as a young horse, the children left the gate open. He is a bit tentative but Els rides him ...

Embarking SS Mariner

A travel blog entry by yvrbhoy on Jan 06, 2015

8 photos

... be spoiled/pampered for the next month.

Got a workout in while Bonnie organized and we waited for ship to depart - 1:23 and 956 cal.

We soaked up the atmosphere in the room for quite a while before deciding to catch the ship departing, while we ate dinner. We lucked out and were able to get the same spot just about on the back of the boat Deck 11. The restaurant had convereted to classic Italian (4 course meal - ...

Aotearoa - Land of the Long White Cloud: Part 2

A travel blog entry by kels-and-oli on Nov 26, 2014

94 photos

... our time, spending a couple of nights on the way up at coastal West facing campsites where we were treated well by the weather and fortunate enough to see the sun beautifully set. Palmerston North itself was a cross between Hitchen and Bedford. An active town with beautiful little spots but nothing really to stop for. We did, much to Kelsey delight, go to the National rugby museum, which turned out to be quite a fun few hours. It was in fact a really interesting place and ...


A travel blog entry by erotergum on Sep 25, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

... full English. Dais was really worried as a lot of flights were being cancelled and delayed due to the fog. It wasn't an issue with the flights taking off it was more the flights were unable to land to do the turn around. I wasn't getting too worried as I knew we'd booked the earlier flight that would have gotten us to Auckland in good time even if we were a little delayed. Fortunately we were only delayed by 20 minutes. We ...

Gannet Colony

A travel blog entry by judihasi on Apr 07, 2012

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Muriwai is a big beach, again only half an hour away from Auckland and it is famous for its gannet colony. April is not the best time to see them as they already travelled to Australia. It is also a nice surfing beach which i still need to try.

You also should try the ice cream there and hire a kite buggy. The wind was not strong enough but that is now another thing to do on my list :)