Breakfast on the Beach Lodge
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Breakfast on the Beach Lodge Waiheke Island
Travel Blogs from Waiheke Island
... twinge in her left knee, and unfortunately she couldn't walk on. She was gutted, but it wasn't worth the risk as we had much walking to complete in the few days. Lucky for us we happened to be right outside a vineyard. There were many people entering the doors, we thought to ourselves there was no harm in having a look. As we walked up closer we could hear music and on walking through we saw a garden party atmosphere. Not one to shy away ...
... just a minute later with yet again some good build up play down the right. It looked like it might be an embarrassing walkover. But Southern pulled one back later in the half with an atrocious schoolboy error by the City keeper fannying around with the ball on the edge of his area. As the ref called an exciting first half to an end, the electronic clock told us only 43 minutes had been played. The ref, who had quite clearly been enjoying too many of Australasia's ...
... The island is only about 35 mins catamaran ride from Auckland and some people live there and commute daily. Not a bad place to live!
In the evening Mike and Mary cooked a lovely BBQ. Meat always tastes so good here and Mary concocts great salads and potato dishes. All outside on their decking with lovely views. The moon even decided to create a rainbow around it which we have never seen before!
... wander, museums, gardens with lush trees brilliantly green, dining and shopping. We started our touring with the War Memorial museum in the Domain Park in Auckland. We saw the Maori performance of their traditional songs, demonstrations of the Poi Balls and the welcome challenge ceremony of the tribal warriors where their tongues protrude and eyes bulging open, all to threaten their tribal enemy, was very entertaining. They also gave us a great insight to ...
... and selling ice creams here in New Zealand. So while the rest of New Zealand culture has moved with the times for better but often for worse, this one bastion all the good things from our child hood is defying progress. And thank heavens for that.
One place that doesn't have a dairy and is worse off for it is Piha, the beautiful black beach suburb just 40 minutes east of Auckland. We were so ...