Waima Lodge

Address: 2465 S/H12, Waima, North Island, New Zealand | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 2465 S/H12, Waima.
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    Travel Blogs from Waima


    A travel blog entry by toddy11 on May 04, 2014

    10 comments, 5 photos

    ... a sophisticated scoring system to rate locations for a potential home. It's very, very clever. It involves a binary rating algorithm and other technical stuff. But it's a black box. A black box in my head. A black box in my head with no user guide. You are just gonna have to trust me when I say that the score I will give for each potential home location will be correct. Oh yeah, and the score is outta 10. Where, you know, 10 is good and 1 is not so good. My ...

    Manic Manila

    A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Feb 07, 2014

    5 photos

    7th - 9th Feb

    After my two amazing flights with Singapore airlines I finally touched down in Manila. Luckily my hostel was just a short ride away from the airport.

    When I arrived at the hostel I quickly checked in and got changed into my swimming shorts to have a quick soak and a beer to cool down from the midday heat.

    I wasn't in the mood to do any site seeing this day because I was way too tired from my flights. I decided to chill out around ...

    Dream Trip: Part 1

    A travel blog entry by laceymaeakadora on Oct 08, 2013

    7 photos

    ... way I’ll refer to it from now on) is unlike any place that I’ve ever been to in my life. It’s definitely not “First World,” but I’m not sure that it’s quite “Third World” (or like any places that you see on the guilt-inducing, fundraising infomercials that we’re subjected to at home). I was told prior to my visit that the PI is more of a “Developing World” nation that I guess qualifies as “Second World.” ...

    Tahanan Recognition Ceremony

    A travel blog entry by monhenderson on Apr 14, 2013

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... old, Maria fled to Sangandaan Cemetery. Life on the streets was a treacherous place for a young girl. “I was always dizzy from hunger…one of the older kids made me do ‘rugby’ (a Filipino term for sniffing glue)… I didn’t get hungry when I sniffed rugby." So very young and vulnerable, it wasn’t long before Maria fell victim to abuse again. Over her two years living at the cemetery, Maria was repeatedly raped by ...

    Not a Vanilla-Manila Experience

    A travel blog entry by sql_spice on Nov 04, 2012

    4 photos

    ... was quite shocking to my colleague; many locals had no teeth, wore dirty or ripped clothing, and openly begged on the streets; the sidewalks were broken, trash-strewn, and it smelled vaguely of garbage, frying grease, and standing water. I, for one, finally felt like I was abroad.
    Now, while our jaunt to Old Town was worthwhile, I can't say it was charming or picturesque. But being a walled city, it did have a very cool walk along the top of the wall that provided ...