Willows Reach Lodge

Address: 252 Boord Crescent, Kumeu, North Island, New Zealand | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 252 Boord Crescent, 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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... throwing themselves off things. No these actives are patronised by Westerners who could easily do the same activities at home. Culturally NZ is very much the same as the UK, though without the history, so why they come here is a bit of a mystery. It must be the sun because I now realise the rainfall in NZ is in fact higher than that in the British Isles. We called into Auckland briefly stopping overnight en route North. Our hotel room was on the 10th floor directly opposite ...

Finally...

A travel blog entry by littlebush on Feb 16, 2015

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After 68 job applications but just 3 interviews since arriving in the country (and over 110 applications in total if you include those I applied for whilst travelling), I have found work. Next week I start a 3-month contract with St Johns ambulance. At least I will have professionals on hand to save my life when I collapse after a days work for the first time in 8 months. It has been painful though. First with the country closing down for around 8 weeks over ...

Departure for Western Australia.

A travel blog entry by darrylwd on Feb 06, 2015

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... Within around five minutes the item is delivered to my seat.

I even listened to Kokoro no Placard by AKB48: a very relaxing tune with pleasant voices to take-off with :).

Landing we had arrived early due to a stronger than expected tail wind. However, this was lost when we had to wait for an airport corridor to become available after a passenger in the airplane that we were to replace when the plane had left, became ...

Downtown living

A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Dec 18, 2014

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... It was fought over for its vast riches – forested hills, productive volcanic soils and harbours full of seafood. The city lies stretched between two harbours, an isthmus, so it has both an east and a west coast. Known as the City of Sails, there’s a big-city vibrancy and active waterfront life. Summer blossoms are everywhere, brightening up the parks and gardens with vibrant colours. Loads ...

Now in New Zealand

A travel blog entry by nancyasher on Nov 04, 2014

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We woke up to a beautiful rainbow. This is a very quiet environment. Hills everywhere. It is quite cool in NZ considering it is their spring. Brisbane was quite warm in the daytime. The landscape has volcanoes in various places. People are very friendly. One day we took a ferry to s nearby island. Another day we hiked in a rain forest in the ...