Huntaway Lodge Rural Homestay

RD 1 Flightys Road, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand | Lodge
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Auckland to Wellington

A travel blog entry by petermbeaumont


... br> We stopped next at Levin where Karly had a toilet stop and I fueled up.

We were now only just over an hour from Wellington and it was still light.

My last stop for fuel was as went into Wellington so we could start with a full tank in the morning and we wouldn’t have to stop too soon after we got off the ferry. The pump attendant pointed out to me that the front passenger side tyre was low and so I checked them all and re-flared that one. It ...


A travel blog entry by clagolzo


... north island to the south (apparently if they allowed it then there would be no rental cars left on the north island!) Fortunately the absence of a car meant that our Cook Strait ferry crossing the next morning was actually a lot cheaper, and we were able to pick up an equally good Corolla on the south island (Jermaine) to be our trusty steed for the remainder of our kiwi adventures :-)


New Zealand - Wellington

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... be seen a timeline pointing out the milestones of the Wellington Cable Car. Now let us share a brief version of this timeline with you.

1902: The cable car opens for business on 22 February.
1933: The steam-engine and north wing of the power house are removed as the system converts to electric powered haulage.
1946: Wellington City Council buys out the Kelburn and Karori Tramway Company and assumes ownership of the cable car.
1973: A construction ...

Tekapo, Christchurch & Kaikoura

A travel blog entry by kannewhite


... and obviously really touristy with the amount of cheap easy gambles you could make, but good fun. We also went past Pallet Palace, a venue and bar built outside with pallets stacked on top of each for walls and pallets for tables. We eventually ended up in the club which was 3 marquees with a bar inside. They'd done it up so well that you'd never have realised you were in a marquee and have the bonus of none of the being sweaty inside a club feeling. The ...

Reunion in Wellington

A travel blog entry by cathyjonny


... the east side. The city looked good with the blue sky and blue-green sea. Downtown tower blocks and thousands of houses perched on steep hills all around. It was great to see John and Janet Hughes again who led the church we were part of in Pietersberg in South Africa. We last saw them in 1995. Did lots of catching up over dinner and then stayed with some friends down the ...


This lodge, located on RD 1 Flightys Road, Wellington, is near Plimmerton Beach, Aotea Lagoon, Porirua Harbour, and Karehana Bay.
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