Vineyard Cottages

Address: 1011 Old North Road, Waimauku, Auckland, North Island, 0882, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1011 Old North Road, Waimauku, is near Coast to Coast Tours and Woodhill Mountain Bike Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Waimauku

    Let's get political - part 2

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Jun 24, 2015

    ... was blamed for the Tunisia attack. ISIS. The evils of Islamic extremism. Remember Anders Breivik? The Norwegian who killed 77 people, mostly teens. He wasn't deemed a terrorist. Just a mad man with far right views. His Christian country wasn't labelled a terrorist extremist ideology. So why was this lone guy in Tunisia labelled an Islamic extremist? Because keeping Islamic extremism on the agenda keeps everyone scared and allows the US and British Government to continue they ...

    Counting the days left in our campervan

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Apr 24, 2015

    35 photos

    ... cooking a delicious brunch in their spacious kitchen and generally pottering about without having to stoop over or bang our heads on the ceiling. We had such a feeling a space around us, Ness would often prance from room-to-room like a ballerina! Well... if you were in solitary confinement for twelve and half weeks, you would too!!!

    We kept Champagne Charlie for a few more ...

    Last day in NZ

    A travel blog entry by sonia.robinson on Mar 06, 2015

    9 photos

    ... invited back for the house warming and were there for hours and were expected to eat first and didn't really know how to tackle the unfamiliar food. Maureen rang later to thank us for the lovely card and words of thanks. Al and ELs came up this afternoon and took us to the Auckland museum which had a big Maori exhibition that had amazing carvings. Also great white sharks ( models! ) that delighted Al and a house set up to demonstrate the effect of an earth quake. Els had ...

    A taste of New Zealand!

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Feb 19, 2015

    54 photos

    ... a 14 hour plane ride from the states, mate. It might be worth it.

    We had two nights in Auckland, departing at 6 pm on the third day. Not enough time, but there is never enough time at these ports on a cruise. But we made the best of it. We rode the hop-on, hop-off bus the first day, getting off at the museum and the zoo. It’s actually named the War Memorial Museum. You all know how I love memorials to war. I had no ...

    First Day

    A travel blog entry by ryanstark on Jan 30, 2015

    1 comment, 13 photos

    ... 15. I wonder why they have madden in New Zealand, but we don't have Rugby in the states
    - I then headed to Albert Park
    - It had a lot of giant trees that looked a lot like Banyan trees as some had roots hanging down from branches, however, I think they may have been Ombu trees, which are native to Argentina
    - I am not sure why there are trees from another continent in the main park in the city when the country is so strict when it comes to bringing in any ...