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

    Coral in Coron...

    A travel blog entry by twoelusive on Nov 29, 2013

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    ... plenty of nemos!, some of the best coral colours, a nice long swim round to the next beach, starfish, and what even looked like mini jellyfish...! - Arawdyet (sp!) Island - lazy relaxed fishy lunch - Green Lagoon - part salt/part fresh water so goes hot and cold around you but fun to swim in - Twin Peaks - stunning fish, large green/blue/purple fish but ie forgotten their names, they were gorgeous though so I'll look through a fish book/guide when I ...

    Manila Day 1: Trains, Jeepneys and automobiles.

    A travel blog entry by paulhfischer on Jul 08, 2013

    27 photos

    ... in jeepneys, a certain etiquette is followed. Jostling and shoving passengers is considered rude; talking loudly and boisterous behavior is discouraged. Children are sometimes allowed to ride for free if they agree to sit on the lap of the accompanying adult and not take up seating space. ...

    Surprise, Surprise

    A travel blog entry by kiaelise on Dec 08, 2012

    5 photos

    ... was nothing like it. It was worse. In Vietnam they have seats that actually lean back so that you may have a chance of sleep. The night buses from Manila to Banaue are just regular buses that travel at night. And of course I had the special seat that would get stuck all the way up and when I finally got it down it would slowly creep back up during the night. We had many a fight, my seat and I, that night. But the seats weren't our first concern. Jacob ...

    Today I saw my first cockroach, and its in my room

    A travel blog entry by alexisbarber on Aug 03, 2012


    ... as the eye could see in this bay there were
    waves crashing in from the ocean on to piles of waste. I’ve added a picture, as
    my description really cannot do it justice (nor can the picture though really).

    A couple notes however about the Filipino culture – 1. I
    don’t exist. Walking around with Tom, he was constantly being haggled to buy
    something or eat somewhere, however as a woman they didn’t even bother trying

    Puketi- Trounson Kauri Park

    A travel blog entry by midge88 on Mar 18, 2012

    4 photos

    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 ...