Greenmantle Estate

Address: 214 Main North Rd, Paraparauma, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 214 Main North Rd, Paraparauma, is near Grenada Co-Operative Nutmeg Association, Bianca C, Carib's Leap, and The Veronica.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Greenmantle Estate Paraparauma

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Paraparauma

Day 22

A travel blog entry by higgsie81 on Jan 01, 2015

... night while one of them was putting a ****** fabric neckless on her, being all French and lovely. (basically mate, when she says the has been up all night chatting and doesn't know where the time has gone, that is because she is lying and her other "friend" has been hanging out the back of old pepe le pew all the way into 2015, pulled that i'm still drunk ****, don't fall for it mate she's making a bigger mug of you than you already have with ...

Day 20

A travel blog entry by higgsie81 on Dec 30, 2014

... they are English I will ask them where they are from to which they replied "Warwickshire" yeah but which young farmers "leam Hastings" he replays turned out they were all local lads one from Napton and one lad recognised me from the buck! So Lucy sent some pictures to a few mutual mates. Small world. We called it a night after that and headed back. While writing this it has become apparent why I had a bit of a headache when I woke this ...


A travel blog entry by katrinastanton on Dec 08, 2014

... to pull over the side of the road to let her go look for more paua shells that she can allegedly see from inside the van, however when he did pull over to let her out she was unable to find any. Been bought two big bags of Eskimos at the grocery store, he ate them a lot when he was younger and he seems to remember them being wonderful. They taste something like a cross between horse vomit and cotton candy. But of course ...

All Doom

A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Nov 23, 2014

4 comments, 19 photos

... and I wasn't about to change the habit of lifetime. After a minute or so we continued on and all of a sudden we could no longer see the foot of the mountain or the summit. The clouds had come in really fast and I was scarily aware I was about 1800m in the air on the side of a mountain. I was just glad there were people around otherwise I might have panicked. I continued on dragging my body up the mountain. At one point a guy in front of me lost his footing slightly and kicked a ...

Martial Arts, Baking & a Shotgun

A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Nov 22, 2014

4 photos

... in machinery to take the place of the workers. Nearly two decades later the town is still struggling. So 4 times a week when Stray buses visit (5 times in the summer) the leftover Hangi food is taken to the local school for the children. Some whose family can't afford to feed them three times a day. Nades and her family believe that tourism can help rebuild their area and are trying their best to start bringing in visitors. Nades is such a passionate woman ...