Waima Lodge

2465 S/H12, Waima, North Island, New Zealand | Lodge
Prices starting from $162.00
 

Travel Blogs from Waima

Ben vs. The Grocery Store

A travel blog entry by bfust

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... for many moons. Do not dismiss tradition so easily, my son. Often those that are silent have the most wisdom.

Random Fish: What does that say about you, since you are not silent but give advice?

Fish Leaders: Shut up.

After 45 minutes at the grocery store, I left with two bags of frozen pees, two bottles of water, and a small package of Mentos. Pathetic. I don't know what happened ...

Orientation week close

A travel blog entry by monhenderson

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... for all occasions' kinda gal, I must say with the hot and intensely humid days, nothing hits the spot quite like a San Miguel Pale Pilsner ;) Maddie, Katherine and I explored downtown Manila, venturing into the heart of the hustle and bustle (aka pickpocket danger zone!) to Divisoria market. Trip advisor describes it as "not for the faint hearted" -it is crowded, vendors yelling, stray animals scampering and everything and anything for sale - ...

Reluctant tourists

A travel blog entry by feliciawong

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... vegetable lumpia (meh), and some local beverage filled with coconut strips and pandan (screwpine) jelly. It was mediocre too. Hmm.

Underwhelmed and choking on the smoke coming off the grills, Rob and I decided to head to Intramuros, the old walled city. Well, not before I made a dash across the street to Starbucks for an iced Toffee Nut latte - hey, I can't miss the seasonal beverages while out of the country, can ...

Puketi- Trounson Kauri Park

A travel blog entry by midge88

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So we left Puketi with a little bit of drizzle and cloudy sky's. We had to get a vehicle ferry at Rawene. On our way to our next campsite we stopped off at Waipoua Kauri Forest where we saw the Tane Mahuta (Lord of the forest) it was the biggest Kauri tree and as old as 2000 years old. After we made our way to our first service campsite (hot showers and a kitchen). We relaxed here as it was raining a lot and we spent most of our time in the kitchen charging our electrical ...

Lord of the Forest

A travel blog entry by operationwalrus

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Having had a tremendous couple of nights in the company of Marko in Mangonui, we were brimming with optimism for further couchsurfing encounters. That night though, we were going to make first use of a tent that Simon had helpfully lent us, as we planned to camp further down on the West coast.

Firstly though, we had a busy day planned. We started off by travelling East to a place Marko had recommended. Another plus of couchsurfing; getting great tips from ...

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