Cutterscove Resort Apartments

Address: 136 Marine Parade, Bay of Plenty, North Island, New Zealand | Condo
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This condo, located on 136 Marine Parade, Bay of Plenty, is near Marine Parade, Hawkes Bay Museum, Te Mata Winery, and St Beads - Bead Store.
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Travel Blogs from Bay of Plenty

Ziplining from Rotorua to Mt. Maunganui

A travel blog entry by mckenna.simone on Jan 09, 2015

38 photos

... build up the numbers of birds and wildlife. At one part of our tour a little bird came right up and ate a worm out of Scott's hand. It was so cool. We felt totally safe zip lining and it wasn't strenuous so just a really cool way of moving through the forest. On the very last line we got to go down backwards and upside down. I loved it! Ant, Julie and Scott did too! You have to see our photos- not they they even showcase the amazing views ...

Art Deco heaven

A travel blog entry by abuelasue on Jan 07, 2015

2 comments, 7 photos

... Apparently they didn't like them much in in the 70s so covered them all up. Then they realised that Miami was cashing in on its Art Deco buildings and now they are doing the same. It's absolutely stunning.
But - priorities! First we went to a winery which was started by missionaries in 1851. They brought the vines with them primarily for the sacrament, and the business grew from ...

Thursday 11th

A travel blog entry by petes.van on Sep 11, 2014

30 photos

... a living from TradeMe deliveries… The pawn shop and Savemart are on the south side of town, and the socio-economics plummet drastically within a couple of blocks. I’m suddenly very conscious that I’m a skinny man with hipster glasses and a nice camera, on my own on the wrong side of town. There’s a rough looking group outside the pawn shop and I have to weave through them. There’s not much here, some of those cheap pumped-up-looking ...

These Past 8 Months.....

A travel blog entry by mables on Sep 01, 2014

1 comment, 106 photos

... of horses, talked us all into a horseback ride.

Then came April.....

April was the month my Visa ended.

In my other blog I explained how stressful that was. My visa came though two days before my other one expired and I was allowed to stay in the country! For two years! I can now stay in New Zealand for two more years and then apply for permanent residency if I want to.

That was April.



A travel blog entry by mek1 on Jan 29, 2014

16 photos

... aid. They also had a radio so they communicated with the British naval command in Auckland about the situation and called for help.

The town first set up tents for temporary shelter and food lines to feed the people. Then they began clearing the rubble. They decided that all power lines would be buried, and that all buildings would be out of poured concrete and no higher than 2 stories. They decided on the ...