The Mermaid Guesthouse

1 Epuni Street, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1 Epuni Street, Wellington, is near TheNewDowse, Percy's Reserve, Petone Settlers Museum, and Tunnel Gully.
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Travel Blogs from Wellington

Take a Walk on the Kiwi Wildside

A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on May 25, 2014

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... and tried to spot other native birds amongst the trees. It would be really good if I actually could recall any of the birds that we spotted but unfortunately my mind has gone blank and I can’t remember any of the names. Debbie and I were probably the worst birdwatchers in the world, mostly because we were too loud and I only had one contact lens in so I was doing a mad one eyed bandit routine every time I heard something in a vague bid to work out what ...

Kiwi Experience part two

A travel blog entry by aliandhannah on Apr 21, 2014

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... should have bought the Michel Thomas. If a dolphin is interested in you we were told they may try and circle you and to swim round together making eye contact - something which me and Ali both managed to do a couple of times and it was just incredible. We had 5 swims with the dolphins (no more under conservation laws) and each one got better and better as the dolphins got closer and one even came right past me and touched my arm. We thought we were good in the water but they can ...

Quirky Cool NZ Things

A travel blog entry by lawslo on Mar 21, 2014

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... Feelings about rugby are apparently so strong in NZ that
a devastating international loss by the All Blacks can tank the economy for a
spell and potentially even bring down the government.



One of my favorite stories so far came from the mate on the
water taxi we took with our mountain bikes to access the portion of the Queen
Charlotte Sound track we rode. Talking to a German kid who was planning to fly
the short distance across Marlboro ...

Monday in Wellington, North island

A travel blog entry by pamanion on Mar 10, 2014

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... we had accidentally gotten to a bad neighborhood and turned around but were reminded later by David that prostitution is legal in New Zealand so strip clubs are commonly intermingled with nice restaurants and are usually nice and not sleazy. That was a surprise to us...along with the fact they were open and active on a Sunday. But David had told us that religion is not particularly important in New Zealand so they don't close on Sundays. He pointed out that people ...

Blackcaps vs India, sicond tist

A travel blog entry by johnnym on Feb 14, 2014

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... was pretty clear. Tea: 166-8 from 49 overs, the run rate soared and the over rate dipped, with only three bowlers used until Jadeja bowled the last before tea After some more big bangs from Southee, NZ were out shortly after tea for 192, Ishant Sharma taking test best figures of 6-51. Meanwhile the crowd to my left had brought flowers in and were occupying themselves-on Valentines day-picking out lone women walking by the grassy bank to which general admission gets ...