Albany Oak Motel

Address: 80 Bush Road, North Shore City, Auckland, North Island, 0632, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 80 Bush Road, North Shore City, is near Hauraki Gulf, Rainbow's End Theme Park, Regional Botanical Gardens, and Auckland Town Hall.
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Travel Blogs from North Shore City

TAers I have met

A travel blog entry by didididit on Feb 06, 2015

So these are all the people I have met on the trail, where, when etc I'll update it as I go Day 1. 7/12 Trail Angel Rebekah. Completed the trail 4years ago and took only 3 months. Pretty epic! She met me in Wellington to give me some tips. Day 2. 8/12 I met Seraja and Janine from Germany at 1670km just above Wellington. His base pack weight was a massive 16.5kg and hers was 13kg. Day 3. 9/12 I ...

Step by step

A travel blog entry by littlebush on Jan 26, 2015

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... just fall in love with a place. And after work and at weekends everyone is just outside. Kids are at surf club, families line the beaches and parks with their BBQs and picnics, fitness freaks run or cycle the beachside promenades, dog walkers fill the numerous woody reserves scattered around the city, and Anya and I just walk around looking confused on how to blend in. We've now got my brothers car for 2 weeks while he's off in the South Island which has given us a chance to ...

House Sitting Experience

A travel blog entry by partickhill on Dec 19, 2014

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... volcanoes in the area. Great views of the inner harbor and out towards the Pacific Ocean. The museum was interesting and there was a great exhibition about NZ foray into WW2 in the sea battle of ‘River Platt’ when a German ship was sunk by two very smaller NZ ships.

Howick is a suburb near where I was staying and is the site of Howick historic village that dates back to 1830s and was a ‘fencible’ settlement. The Fencibles were retired British soldiers ...

Arriving 'home' - The End of the road

A travel blog entry by littlebush on Dec 04, 2014

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... people, some good, some bad. The generosity and the hospitality of some has at times been overwhelming. I've been asked before 'why do I travel so much?' Or 'what do I do when I'm travelling?'. I hope that this blog has given an insight into life on the road and given inspiration to any one thinking of heading off on a trip. The uncertainty of any trip is part of the fun. As I've said before, each border crossing offers something new, new faces, sights, ...

The night walk

A travel blog entry by niah on Oct 16, 2014

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On the way to the 1/3 of the way stop we stopped off at an amazing place where a swiss geologist and civil engineer had found some big basalt boulders that had started to erode because of the acids produced by kouris. Lots of geologists have come and thought it was lime stone because of the way it erodes and basalt is not known to erode. They brought the plot not knowing about the boulders. We then carried on to the huts ...

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