Huntaway Lodge Rural Homestay

Address: RD 1 Flightys Road, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand | Lodge
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This lodge, located on RD 1 Flightys Road, Wellington, is near Porirua Harbour, Plimmerton Beach, Aotea Lagoon, and Karehana Bay.
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Still walking

A travel blog entry by walainey on Oct 10, 2015

1 comment, 10 photos

... that turned out nicely with a seafood platter for two so that filled our 'fush'n'chups' category. So we walked over 5 hours today, thank goodness I bought good walking shoes prior to this trip.
Back to hotel and our suitcases are now packed and stored in the car at 4 pm on Saturday for our Sunday 8 am appointment at our Inter-islander Ferry that is only 3 kms from where we are staying. Anyone that knows us well knows this is known as ...

Creative with Weta

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Sep 20, 2015

35 photos

... really is a team effort. It was terrifying. Luckily the city isn't that busy on a Sunday night! We made it to the overnight camp parking lot safe and sound. I didn't drive on the right hand side of the street. We almost just stayed in the van because the wind and rained picked up and we didn't want to walk back to the hostel. Like all things, we pushed through and made it. We had an excellent last meal in Wellington with the best fish and chips. The fish was so fresh ...


A travel blog entry by stephmull on Jul 31, 2015

2 comments, 5 photos

... interactive features were informative and spine tingling at the same time. After a couple of hours strolling around the museum and experiencing an earthquake simulation I caught the train out to Waikanae. Friends from my Europe trip, Hannah and Hayden, live here. I got to spend the evening catching up with them. It was great to see more people from my Euro trip and see how they have been since I saw them last. I also got to have to some traditional New Zealand fish and ...

Time to reflect

A travel blog entry by amy.cosgrove on Jul 08, 2015

... s a few pearls of wisdom: - Australians are everywhere. You just have to accept this and move on (just kidding Aussies, totes love you guys!) - People all over the world are inherently friendly. You can always ask for help. If they don't speak your language, they will point you to someone who does. - Queen is universal. Who doesn't love a good bohemian rhapsody singalong? - Leading on from the above point, karaoke makes ...

A Sum Up

A travel blog entry by mdunbar91 on Jun 03, 2015

... we eventually made it up a cliff to
be greeted by the open mouth of this incredible cave. Stalactites,
Stalagmites.. all of the mites were on show and it was spectacular
even in the rain!

Back on the road again, we slowly cruised down to Westport in the hope of
finding a walk we had discovered in a magazine, called Charming Creek
Walkway. A close second to my favourite walks of all time/in NZ, the
track follows an old railway track used for mining and ...