Breakfast on the Beach Lodge

34 The Esplanade, Waiheke Island, North Island, 1081, New Zealand | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 34 The Esplanade, Waiheke Island, is near Waiau Waterworks, Ananda Tours, Stonyridge Vineyard, and Te Whau Vineyard.
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    Travel Blogs from Waiheke Island

    Official blog 6: Final countdown is begun

    A travel blog entry by elliotmorneau on Apr 21, 2014

    2 comments, 4 photos

    ... Zealand are not decided yet, maybe we will go see another rugby game Friday for the Anzac day and go drink a couple of beers after, I think it is going to be another calm week at the vineyard because the number of WOOFFERS will drop quicky because the picking season is over. It was my last official blog in New Zealand hope you guys enjoyed it, it was a real pleasure for me to share my experience with ...

    From Coromandel to Wahieke Island

    A travel blog entry by dawn.turner.1 on Apr 02, 2014

    24 photos

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    Up about 8 then we walked in to town to collect our bikes and have breakfast. Lovely muesli, fruit etc for me and poached eggs for J. Then it was on our bikes to see the beaches and wineries of Wahieke. Wahieke also has lots of hills and we seemed to climb most of them this morning!
    Our route took us via lovely Onetangi Beach then we climbed up to Peacock Sky winery where we were hoping to join a tour.

    While we are here ...

    Official blog 2: Birds are now my enemy number 1

    A travel blog entry by elliotmorneau on Mar 23, 2014

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... and they don’t touch the ground so we have to go every sections and take some pieces of wood or something that make loud noises, under the nets and scared the birds. At the beginning I thought there were no birds but when you go under the nets you can that they hide in the grapes. Last time that we did it, there were over 35 birds in the entire vineyard that ate all the best grapes so we have to do this two or three time a ...

    The Coast and the Grampian Hills

    A travel blog entry by billy.mann.7169 on Feb 17, 2014

    3 photos

    ... the hills, to the point where we were to stay the night at the small town of Hall's Gap. This area of lakes and wooded, rocky hills (can you imagine a very hot Aviemore and its mountains covered in dense bush and eucalyptus trees - no, it takes some doing) was, and is, very important to the Aboriginal people. It was a meeting place and it provided food and shelter in all six seasons of their year except winter. We visited Brambuk Cultural Centre to learn about the old way of ...

    The inauguration of the dreaded Camper Van!!

    A travel blog entry by capel on Feb 12, 2014

    5 photos

    ... tolls on the roads - it seems that road safety is only really just taking off over here and you wouldn't believe the drink driving limits - something shocking like 6 pints! Kenrick had forgotten to provide us with Tea towels or something, so he offered us to come back to his HQ for a coffee so we could collect some and be on our way. We had hoped to head to Mount Eden (one of the 50 volcanoes upon which Auckland is built) to take in views of the city so he kindly offered to stop there ...