Newton 121 Serviced Apartments

Address: 121 Newton Road , Auckland, North Island, New Zealand | 3 star condo
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This 3 star condo, located on 121 Newton Road , Auckland, is near Piha Beach, AJ Hackett Bungy, Ponsonby, and Parnell Rose Gardens.
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Ffrom one end to the other-Queenstown to Auckland.

A travel blog entry by alan.g.metcalf on Nov 12, 2014

... or wine for $36. The meal was delicious.
We are planning a trip to Waiheke Island by Ferry. The brochure describes the Island as the jewel in the crown of the stunning Hauraki Gulf with beautiful beaches, picturesque vineyards and spectacular coastline.
We are also planning to visit the Sky Tower to take in the views of Auckland and a visit to the casino
Follow-up Thursday.

Alan & Narelle

The end of a Visa

A travel blog entry by mables on Jun 18, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

... but I am still happy. I am still learning so much about myself. I am dating a wonderful woman who challenges me and pushes me every day and I love her for that.

With all the ups and downs, last month (May) was a very stressful month. My visa was expiring and I had to wait to see if New Zealand would accept my Essential Skills visa. I didn’t want to plan any trips or make any big purchases because if I got denied the visa I would have ...

A long Flight ahead of us

A travel blog entry by lorrog on Jun 16, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

16 June All packed and ready to go by 1pm, 3 bags weighing total 60kgs.
Roger arrived and we said goodbye to Jane & Kevin. A quick ride to the airport in light drizzle arriving at 2.10 and checked in by 2.25. We used the electronic passport scanner, which does not seem the same going on holiday nowadays, I mean, when you don't have a ticket and then no stamp in your passport. We were on board by ...

Big whales, big blokes, big mountains, big pies

A travel blog entry by waughs on May 02, 2014

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... nice peaceful DoC campsite was enjoyed, even if we did have a tricky time trying to shield the cooker from the rain with a brolly to stop our beans going runny.

The next day was a long drive through towns which each prided themselves in creating a massive sculpture out of wriggly tin. Sculptures which hinted at the key industry locally; a carrot, a welly boot, a peach, a garage door remote and so on. The night was spent in another sodden wet DoC site but it was one ...

The Land of the Long White Cloud

A travel blog entry by davo1764 on Apr 06, 2014

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... a fabulous lunch in a stunning location....water views, great food and gorgeous weather, what more could we ask for.

During lunch one of the locals sits himself down at the table next to us with a beer and subsequently starts up a conversation. We find he has just returned from the Bay of Islands so he fills us in on the good things to do. Fishing is the main activity, so we get the run down on the best charter operator ...

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