Asure Saddle And Sulky Motor Lodge

Address: 188 Coronation Avenue, New Plymouth, North Island, 4310, New Zealand | Motel
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This motel, located on 188 Coronation Avenue, New Plymouth, is near Pukekura Park, Mt.Egmont, Puke Ariki, and Back Beach.
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    A few more days on the road

    A travel blog entry by charli9988 on May 09, 2015

    Ok so it's proving very difficult to get this blog done. For the first time I've had to re read over my last entry to be able to keep up with where I was last. New Plymouth, we spent 3 nights there. We found a lovely little reserve to camp at for the first night. It really was beautiful, the car park was elevated and so gave you a great view of the lake. There was only one other camper there so a very quiet spot. New Plymouth was interesting. It was listed on the map as a ...

    Glow worms and the elusive Mt Taranaki

    A travel blog entry by vardamoshe1 on Feb 24, 2015

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    Feb. 24th New Plymouth North Island

    Tonight I take advantage of the 2 giga the motel gave me to upload a few pods. I realized I need to write at night when things are fresh in my mind. I now carry with me a little notebook to write down names and info and comments I would like to add to the blog. The North Island is certainly different from the South Island in many aspects. The South Island wins in natural beauty , so if one has to choose ...

    Towards the sleeping giant

    A travel blog entry by mikeandtrina on Jan 05, 2015

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    In January 1770, Captain Cook named it Mt Egmont after John Perceval, 2nd Earl of Egmont and a former First Lord of the Admiralty.

    Mt Taranaki is young, geologically, at only 135,000 years, with recent activity between 1755 and 1800. Research has shown that over the last 9,000 years minor eruptions have occurred roughly every 90 years, with major eruptions every 500 years.

    There was a choice of two routes to New ...


    A travel blog entry by jukes on Aug 23, 2014

    We had Lou and Lucy stay the night, it was a great night too! so had a social morning with them, they left from Mum's as Lou wanted to see her. Had plenty of time to wash and iron last minute choices. I had chilli con carn prepared for tea but Kevin wanted fish n chips - they were excellent too! Sher and Suzy arrived at 7pm to watch the All Black 51 v Australian 20 ...

    Extracts From My Journal

    A travel blog entry by kiwikidbys on May 20, 2014

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    ... That is life in Siem Reap. If you need to see a have to wait for 3days, outside, in the elements. Not ideal!...Your life is relevant to who and where you are!!...
    10.12.2013 Singapore to Delhi; Stage 2 coming to a closure. We made it physically but maybe not emotionally...I have learnt so much more about life, what really is important and realise now how much better I can cup of gratitude is so full, ...