Gulf Harbour Lodge

164 Harbour Village Drive, Gulf Harbour, North Island, 1463, New Zealand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gulf Harbour

Double Trouble

A travel blog entry by erotergum

4

... them in hoping no one saw. I hope no one did see. We caused havoc on the bus, it was just full of Asians all nattering in ting-tong-talk and they all seemed to be ill. I won't be catching my death this close to leaving Auckland thanks very much! It was baking hot but the sun was hiding behind the clouds, it didn't stop us. We threw our towels down and didn't waste a minute. I put some tunes on and we just listened as the tide went out. I went for a ...

Funky Chickens and New Zealand's North Island

A travel blog entry by franmullineux

2
18

... covered both islands in a loop, so although it suggested that you started and finished in Auckland, you could actually pick it up at any of the stops. So back to Monday. We boarded the bus in Auckland and after a short stop at the Kiwi Experience office, we were on our way. Our first stop that day was also our overnight stop too, at Hot Water Beach. Hot Water Beach has a geothermal spring beneath it and for two hours either side of low tide, you can access that particular ...

Auckland

A travel blog entry by faye-chris

2
10

... to our accommodation. It was here we met Zoe who had kindly sorted out our room for the next 3 nights. The hostel was in a great location in Central Auckland. We decided to head out as a 4 and explore the city, we walked through the main centre and marina where 2 huge cruise liners were docked. A really picturesque marina with restaurants and bars. We sat and had a coffee with some lunch and exchanged stories from our travels so far. We then headed back to ...

The New Train

A travel blog entry by billy.mann.7169

12

Our fellow guests at breakfast were Chris and Sue from Crawley. They had arranged to be taken up to the top of the Ohakune Mountain Road with hired bikes, in order to whizz down again the 17km and 1000 metre drop in elevation. Wendy and I walked down the riverbank path to Ohakune town from our B&B at Ohakune Junction (the station area). We collected some information and bought a map for Andrew’s proposed trip to this area in 2015. Àt ...

Fresh Meat

A travel blog entry by erotergum

1

... with him. In order for him to fully complete his initiations I had to see him drunk. Friday night after wave rave, me and the Hoff were going out to town and invited him to come along. He was very eager and arrived before we had even left mine and he waited for us to get there for over an hour. He seemed a bit more normal outside work and from what I can remember (again I got quite drunk) he was the sensible one. I, on the other ...

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This hotel, located on 164 Harbour Village Drive, Gulf Harbour, is near Tiritiri Matangi Scientific Reserve and Vaughan Homestead.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGulf Harbour Lodge

    Reviewed by senapi

    Hotel

    Reviewed Jun 22, 2013
    by (1 review) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    Good

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Gulf Harbour Lodge

    3.00 of 5 stars Good