O'Grady Lodge

Address: 159 Windmill Drive, Auckland, North Island, 0992, New Zealand | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 159 Windmill Drive, Auckland.
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      To New Zealand!

      A travel blog entry by codie on Feb 19, 2015

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      ... did get a stamp on her passport though!
      Went to get the bus and found the next one wasn’t until 23:45, so had to wait on a bench until it arrived. Bus driver didn’t mind about the ticket being on my phone which was handy, and he told us which stop to get off at!

      Took about 40 minutes for the bus to get to our stop, the we had a little walk to the hostel!
      Went to check-in to the hostel and got told we were in two different room, ...

      Auckland – Three days of urban sightseeing

      A travel blog entry by ronkathy on Feb 03, 2015

      16 photos

      ... of Mt Eden. It starts to rain heavily while we are on the last hill, One Tree Hill, which funny enough is probably the worst place to get stuck out in the rain. There isn’t even one tree on the top of One Tree Hill to get shelter from the rain, as Maori protestors chopped it down in 2000. (This hill is the basis of the U2 Joshua Tree Album and its One Tree Hill song). Ron & I are absolutely soaked by ...

      Auckland ... Volcanoes and Alien Abduction

      A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Feb 02, 2015

      26 photos

      ... we took the 10 minute ferry across the bay to Devonport, where we saw a monument, with a bird on an orb representing the sacred bird image named Korotangi or Weeping Dove who accompanied the arrival of the Tainui Waka, the canoes that made up the first Maori fleet in 1350 from Hawaiiki, the legendary Polynesian source of the Maori, maybe the Society Islands or Cook Islands. We walked along ...

      New Zealand bound

      A travel blog entry by b_k2801 on Jan 28, 2015

      1 comment, 173 photos

      ... to take our own pics in this so ended up forking out for the pics, but this one was worth it. After a hot shower We headed back to the office after where we had bagels and tomato soup..went down very well. Next it was off to find somewhere to sleep. We stayed at kiwipakas that night. After another hot shower we headed off to find somewhere to eat, we ended up at curlys bar, which turned out to be the place to be after 9. We played a game of pool and bumped in to the older ...

      Packed, underweight and ready to go

      A travel blog entry by candwtakeeurope on Dec 20, 2014

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      ... escape. She didn't. So after 502 days of no arm work at the gym and dodging the topic of where Zoe is with Ian I literally can not wait to be reunited with my co-founder of the MO crew and I'm bringing Moët. It would be rude not too. It's been 193 days since I last saw babecent/Kara. Since we solved all life's problems over a bottle or two of wine, red wine (we've just taken classy in our stride). Hopefully this New Years ...