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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Travel Blogs from Wellington


A travel blog entry by ryanstark on Feb 05, 2015

... ferry between the north and south islands, and I wasn’t super impressed to be honest, a lot of it was just guys running short distances towards a line of guys and then being tackled, there were few plays that resulted in much distance gained.

- The ferry was probably the biggest ferry I’ve been on, the passengers for the most part stayed on decks 7 and 8, which were large and had many TVs as well as 2 cafes.

North Island - Take One

A travel blog entry by sktravels on Jan 03, 2015

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... indeed. Pacific Coast Lodge is, in my opinion, the nicest hostel we have come across so far with the staff on reception being extremely welcoming, a games room with a table tennis table and Space Invaders machine, a large kitchen, the next best thing to a cinema room, with an incredible amount of movies, and only a 5 minute walk from a surfing beach. On our second night, a member of staff cooked a BBQ that she offered around to us all so that was a free dinner ...

Wellington, Cook straight and Nelson

A travel blog entry by kstyan on Dec 23, 2014

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... national park. After spending a night in a backpackers, I had the morning to explore. Walking up Botanical hill, or otherwise known as the centre of New Zealand provided a great view of the area and mountains further afield. The port in Nelson is quite big and also has a large marina with some pretty posh boats! In the afternoon I caught a bus to Golden Bay, my home for Christmas and New Year, very ...

D2: Wellington - Oharui 1676-1658=18km, 28km

A travel blog entry by didididit on Dec 08, 2014

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... they will post a cheque to me...! Brilliant! Anyway, I had to pick up where I left off the track yesterday. I'll be honest. I didn't quite manage it but I certainly walked twice as far if I had picked up the exact spot. Besides, it's not as if my GPS could have told me. Grrr! The tracks above Wellington are just beautiful. So peaceful and the air smells good. Tui birds make the most hilarious beat box noises, so it sounds like someone ...

The End

A travel blog entry by bryce_terri on Nov 29, 2014

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... done and we even saw a Telford on the missing New Zealanders list.

Sadly we were quickly running out of continental Europe and Calais was rapidly approaching, we headed south back into France and stocked up on wine with our remaining euros. The night was spent by ourselves in a peaceful aires, we set about disturbing the peace with bubbly and stories to recount our last seven months and try to ...