Huntaway Lodge Rural Homestay

Address: RD 1 Flightys Road, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand | Lodge
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Location

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

The bottom of the North!

A travel blog entry by wombles5050 on Mar 20, 2015

1 comment, 50 photos

... time we got home cricket fever had hit again and the semi-final between New Zealand and South Africa was on. Yet more great viewing and nail biting stuff. We were in message contact with Shezz back home which was great but not so good for her as she was “watching” the scoreline whilst we got to watch it live on tv. Because England have forgotten how to play cricket it probably wasn’t being shown on any normal channels at home and it was a work day ...

Final day of the Championships

A travel blog entry by ruskez on Mar 16, 2015

2 photos

... that this course was in financial trouble and two members donated $2 million dollars to keep it afloat. Maybe they should improve their customer service skills.

Needless to say that Rusty didn't play well, shooting 97 with 36 putts. The final championship scores are usually announced after this game, but due to the closeness, would be withheld until the farewell function and presentation.



The widows

We had a late start to ...

עוד נגיע נגיע אל ארץ חדשה

A travel blog entry by yonatan on Mar 02, 2015

3 photos

... 1492;יה ריח של לכה והכל נראה מעופש, פתחנו את הדלת עם הכרטי 05; וגילנ 93; חדר קטנטן עם מיטת קומתי ...

A tale of two tramps

A travel blog entry by vicki_howard on Feb 17, 2015

25 photos

... Forest trek was almost the complete opposite of Tongariro, but equally memorable. Kaimanawa is a little trekked mountainous forest, a natural wilderness which was described to us by one local as 'inhospitable'. However, we liked the idea of getting of the tourist trail, and the route we had chosen from our guide book followed two well-marked tracks, the Urchin track ad the Umukarikari track, with a undefined route joining them together. It all started very well on ...

North Island: Whakahoro,Tongarriro&Wellington

A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086 on Feb 07, 2015

13 photos

... I got to see a Kiwi bird and then Tony drove us up Mount Victoria to the look out point. It was nice not to have to walk up there on such a sunny day and the views across Wellington were really lovely. I'm really glad that I made the effort to get in touch and hopefully we will keep in contact from now on. He also said I can come and visit whenever I like which was really nice. I would love to come back to New Zealand one day, so maybe I'll take him up on his offer, ...