Oraka Wapiti Deer Park

Address: 71 Bayly Road, North Island, 2372, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 71 Bayly Road, North Island, is near Pukekura Park, Mount Taranaki, Puke Ariki, and Back Beach.
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New Zealand - The North Island

A travel blog entry by borthscouse on Sep 06, 2013

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... and there were a few drops where we were required to take a leap of faith, jumping backwards into the water below. It was fun, but I was glad to get out of the midget wetsuit and be greeted by hot soup and bagels upon completing the caves. I’m such an old man sometimes.

Hobbiton and the Maori village
Now we’re talking. I was actually supposed to come here whilst I was still in Auckland, but due to a quite hilarious mix up with ...

Sugar loaf islands

A travel blog entry by steffielou on May 20, 2013

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Up fairly early and the sun was actually out! We walked to the i-site to see what we could do, thought about kayaking but realised we were so not good enough to go it alone! The people there rang this guy 'chaddy's charters' to see if he could take us out in his boat cruise to the Sugar Loaf Islands. He said he'd take us at 2.30 so we nipped back to Chaos to have a quick bite. Omg the food there is amazing, I had a ...

The Dairy Factory by a Mountain

A travel blog entry by jessandtom on Nov 12, 2012

1 comment, 4 photos

... the WWOOFers she mumbled woof woof under her breath...

We were shown up to our room, up a staircase/ladder to some attic space above the kitchen. There was a bolt on the bottom of the trap door.

We didn't have any phone signal and were told there was no WiFi either... I was getting ready to send an SOS message to Matt, saying if he didn't hear from me once a day, to call the police..

Luckily, around this ...

Goodbyes and Hellos

A travel blog entry by 2eejits-explore on Aug 30, 2012

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It's hard to believe it's been 17 months since I last set foot on Scottish soil, when it only seems like yesterday I was being waved of on my merry way by you shower of Scottish radges. Yet here I am after 12 months settling in on the other side of the world, having to do the goodbyes all over again.
So I managed to escape the global institute of perverts and inbreds (aka New Plymouth staff hostel) and ended up moving in with 'Auntie Karen'. It ...

Taranaki Time

A travel blog entry by matthewandlorna on Mar 01, 2012

86 photos

Our final night in Waitomo was spent freedom camping outside Aranui Cave, so after our obligatory coffee, we made sure we were back on the road before 8.30am when visitors would start arriving. We had made a decision to head down to New Plymouth on the Te Anga road because it was so full of interesting stop off's and it is always nice to have a reason to get out and stretch your legs. The first stop we came to was 'Mangapohue’ which is a natural Limestone bridge. This ...