Breakfast on the Beach Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Breakfast on the Beach Lodge Waiheke Island
Travel Blogs from Waiheke Island
... time to stop and grab some breakfast before getting on the ferry. We decided to go to Seattle's Expresso, the place I went to when I first arrived to Auckland, and got some coffee and food. After finishing breakfast we walked over the ferry booth exchanged our online vouchers for the tickets and boarded the boat. Buying the tickets at the booth can be very expensive for travelers, so roommates ...
So we wake up and immediately go to orientation at like 9. Kevin tags along cause he wants the free food. We've got a real big group cause we've already been here for a week. We're good af at making friends. They do the haka thing where they like chant and **** to welcome us and sing songs. It was kinda cool. They announce your country and you stand up and the guy like said hello to us in our native language. This ****er says "howdy" to us.... In front of everyone. ...
... difference between the two places is 15 hours which is just crazy!! The flight was actually not too bad and there was even a spare seat next to me and the food was quite decent! It took me quite a while to get used to not being in a Spanish speaking country! The New Zealand adventure begins with meeting up with my brother and his girlfriend Danielle!! So excited to see them both after six months and to have our own mini adventure on the other side of the ...
... take 35 minutes to Waiheke island, which is quicker than we first thought. The island itself is 600 years old and is formed from volcanoes beneath the ocean. The island was quite big and surprised Maureen and I. It is quite the tourist attraction amongst international tourists and the people of Auckland, and a peak time the population swells to 30,000. The reason for it's popularity was the same reason why we were here. There are many ...
So after finally being allowed through to the departure lounge we found the gate and sat amongst what felt like three New Zealand rugby teams - “why the hell are they all so hench?! Where are we going???” Even the women looked like they would give you a run for your money! So with some New Zealand dollars in our pockets we boarded our fancy Qantas plane and settled down for the three hour ...