Breakfast on the Beach Lodge

Address: 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


      A travel blog entry by victoriakd on Jun 06, 2014

      10 photos

      ... yellow
      mark on his shoulder! Had some drinks got ready and headed down the road to the
      first bar. Couple of drinks and then off to the Irish bar on the waterfront
      where I would say most everyone from Wellington was! Was a really good night.

      morning, Emma was a very very hung over monkey! Actually felt a little sorry
      for her. On wards and upwards me, Ben and Nick had a wee shot of vodka to get
      the festivities started again. Up, ...

      Goodbye Mum!!!

      A travel blog entry by edddadams on May 15, 2014

      1 photo

      ... soaking it in. Returning to the car to seek out lunch from a nearby cafe. We found a cafe perched on a hillside where we all enjoyed piping hot pumpkin soup. Finishing up we began our mega-drive to Auckland. Arriving at Kate's house, daughter of Mike and Jana our neighbours back in Pebworth who had kindly put us up for the house. There house ...

      Rocking on Rangitoto

      A travel blog entry by fuzzyfruit on Apr 03, 2014

      1 comment, 34 photos

      ... I would soon dry out if the rain stopped.

      We returned to the jetty in plenty of time, we did not risk being late as no one lives on the island and there are no shops either, so we would have be stranded there for the night. It would not have been too bad though, as along with no people there are also no predators and very little in the way of insects and wildlife. This is strictly controlled to ensure the ecological security of the island.


      From Coromandel to Wahieke Island

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

      24 photos

      ... region then watched as one of the Americas Cup yachts (now used for tourist trips) left the harbour.

      We then caught a bus back to Parnell and went to the Auckland Museum, there were some interesting exhibits, including one where you could get up close and personal with all sorts of bugs and lizards - I stayed clear of that.

      After a couple of hours we were both pretty tired and headed back to the hotel to change. ...

      NZ - Aotearoa the Land of the Long White cloud

      A travel blog entry by missywanderlust on Mar 21, 2014

      1 comment, 188 photos

      ... excellence! How else could you shoot three movies in a row, in three years, sourced all over NZ, on one budget without, knowing if it would actually pay back the investment. True inspiration! Looking forward to Avatar 2-4 :) Well, after the Hobbit experience I was off to Auckland to visit another travel buddy. Tom took me to his favorite beach in the area and we spend the afternoon eating the freshest fish and chips ever and sipping a beer while watching the sun set over Piha ...