Wharekauhau Country Estate

Address: Western Lake Road, Palliser Bay, RD3 Featherston, Featherston, Wairarapa, North Island, New Zealand | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Western Lake Road, Palliser Bay, RD3 Featherston, Featherston, is near Lake Wairarapa.
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    Travel Blogs from Featherston

    Kiwi Capital

    A travel blog entry by harry_emma on Jan 31, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... more specifically a jaffa, "best thing ever!" emma hudson 2015. Later that day we were taken to a small local beach, where we were informed the water was very warm. Turns out their definition of warm wasn't the same as ours, so me and Emma slowly tip toed our way in to catch up with them, treading even lighter as apparently sting rays were quite common in the area. We ended the day with another walk, this time with their two dogs, we were stopped by ...

    Writers Blog

    A travel blog entry by judelicious.50 on Dec 27, 2014

    Well my trip is very close now and have begun to think seriously about preparations and what I am about to do. The trip of a lifetime and hopefully the first of many. It's been a difficult journal to start, writers block about what to say, what is of interest to everyone - it seems a single woman travelling alone to climb Machu Picchu is newsworthy. So here goes I hope you enjoy taking this journey with me.

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    Windy Wellington

    A travel blog entry by blackpoolbelle on Oct 02, 2014

    20 photos

    ... examples of these beautiful carved houses in Te Papa, along with canoes, artefacts and greenstone jewellery. There is also a huge facsimile of the Treaty of Waitangi, the agreement between the Maori chiefs and Queen Victoria – but maybe not such an agreement: on one side it is in the Maori language with the English translation on the other, with some key phrases being translated into very different meanings to ...

    Time for a tipple

    A travel blog entry by debandchris on Sep 25, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... as well as the welcoming site of wineries we were also greeted by the less welcoming sight of grey clouds. As we strolled around a very quiet Napier we were approached a Swiss lady who worryingly mistook us for Germans, only the second time this week! Not sure what it is we're doing which gives off the German vibes! Monday morning, we awoke to another rainy day in Napier but decided despite the weather we would go on a self guided walking ...

    Chasing Vines

    A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Jun 29, 2014

    14 photos

    ... decided it would be worth stopping for a while to see what came up, so we settled in and had a look around. Hastings isn't a hugely impressive town, although the fountain in the town square that has a railway line going straight through the middle is kinda cool. We also had a chance to get back to Te Mata Peak and go for a trail run: really great area, beautiful paths, and loads of fun. Very much worth it! We also had a few days ...