Bridgehouse Lodge

16 Elizabeth Street, Warkworth, North Island, New Zealand | Inn
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This inn, located on 16 Elizabeth Street, Warkworth, is near Matakana Village, Starlight Symhony, and Selwyn Churches.
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    Travel Blogs from Warkworth

    Biodiversity conservation in New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by lawslo on Apr 04, 2014

    4 photos

    ... and reptiles. So everyone gets in on the act of killing possums
    (an extermination campaign which no doubt makes Kiwis’ mates from across the
    Tasman Sea a bit uncomfortable, since possums are both protected and the
    subject of popular children’s books in Australia). The national museum in
    Wellington features a video with schoolkids happily holding up possums they’d
    shot as part of a school-sponsored project. There are competitions with ...

    New Zealand - Day 29 - Last Day in Wonderland

    A travel blog entry by rathouse on Feb 26, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... Russell for company. The tractor pulled our trailer down the hill to see the horses and then on into the rainforest to find the waterfall. It was a fairly bumpy ride...and in truth I think Angela's back got a bit pummelled. Hopefully she wont have too much pain in the morning. Scott was keen to show us where the SAS get dropped in to his land for training...they have to survive for 6 days with little to live off except bark and a few grubs! Tasty. We had ...


    A travel blog entry by edsutch on Dec 25, 2013

    28 photos

    ... they had a load of presents from Steve's first lot of kids, so they all had a small Christmas the previous day. Then more, and more, and more presents got pushed around. It's quite a good way of doing it, but I use to love having all of my presents pile up in front of me and then open the lot. After the kids had done a fair amount of theirs, we grabbed our presents that were sent out to us from family. Ed got a few cards and a parcel of food, and I got pretty much the same! We ...


    A travel blog entry by edsutch on Dec 12, 2013

    10 photos

    ... they ran every 10 minutes rather than waiting 40 minutes until the one I'd booked! Airport express into town and it feels like being back at home, grey, soaking wet and traffic everywhere! Auckland is like a real city, traffic, suburbs, everything New Zealand hasn't been so far! We get into the centre and drive the length of Queen Street which we later find out to be one of the main streets through the city, only about 30 seconds away from where we have an apartment booked! ...

    10 Things I've Learned About Kiwis (the people)

    A travel blog entry by chasingmysummer on Nov 16, 2013

    4 photos

    ... technology, decent roads and communication systems a little more advanced than mountain-top fires. However, these additions may have just rendered the majority of the storylines of the films obsolete, so thankfully Peter Jackson left them out.

    #2 - Kiwis speak in a similar way to Americans, except with a much more attractive accent. Having come from a stint in Chicago, it was actually quite strange to go to another country, MUCH farther away, and to still ...