Waiheke Island Resort and Conference Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWaiheke Island Resort and Conference Centre
ausser zwei schönen stränden hat sie nichts zu bieten
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auf der insel ging es weiter mit dem bike. zwei schöne strände gefunden aber recht windig und wechselhaft. aber für einen zünftigen sonnenbrand reichte es..
... headed out to dinner and on the way out we bumped in to David and Eva who had been on our cycling trip and were spending an extra few days in Auckland. It was lovely to see them again.
Dinner was at the local Thai and was excellent, we returned to the hotel tired and ready for an early night.
No rush today so we requested a late check out and wandered in to Parnell for breakfast. After checking out we got a taxi down ...
... cake in the sunshine on their deck. We also met their sons Nick and Tom and Tom's new wife and their very cute baby daughter, Ellie, and I managed to get a few cuddles with the baby! Olivia took us on a very enjoyable walk up into the bush and gave us some interesting information about the native trees, birds and farm animals in the region. From the top we had great views across to the Coromandel, in the ...
After a long haul of 40 hours door-to-door, and a diversion to Bahrain, we finally arrived in Papamoa. We spent a great 6-days with Mum & Dad, enjoying the beach (apart from the 3 meter Bronze Whaler shark spoiling our daily swim), climbing the Mount and drinking NZ coffee and wine.
Next stop: Hamilton, to see Dave & Jen. They had us walk up 2,000 steps (training for our ...
... were black.
Arrived at the lovely African Villa B and B accommodation in Carsten’s Street, Tamboerskloof, a leafy and safe suburb of Capetown with local cafes in easy walking distance. Bongi, the night porter, introduced us to our surroundings and made us comfortable in our lovely upstairs room. Feeling pretty jet lagged by now – somehow travelling west, daylight all the way, upsets the body ...