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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      An Afternoon Meander up Mount Egmont

      A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Dec 26, 2014

      20 photos

      ... the bunnies that had made the orchards their home. That was when they weren’t being shot by anyone with an air rifle.

      On this occasion, I wandered through the orchard myself towards the fields beyond. The summit of Mount Egmont was clearly in view so I ambled through the freshly cut grass so I could take a good shot. As I was carefully making my across, I heard a quad bike and to my alarm realised that a farmer and his sheepdog were heading straight for ...

      New Zealand - New Plymouth

      A travel blog entry by gazburn on Mar 20, 2014

      8 photos

      ... I completely forget the name of. The 30 minute walk to the top actually consisted of 15 minutes of actual climbing with only a metal chain to assist. With a gale force wind to make things event more interesting this was certainly an eye opening early morning stroll. The views from the top were worth it as Kim risked the camera in the winds to get a shot of us all. With time running out on our NZ trip we unfortunately had to leave New Plymouth that afternoon. We still had time to take ...


      A travel blog entry by uschijochen on Nov 06, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... forecast, east coast, i.e. Napier still rainy for the next days, but the west coast with Mount Taranaki looks far better. Driving down the Forgotten World Highway was the right decision. Through the heart of the kings country, green, greener and maximum green. Sheeps, sheeps and even more sheeps, really an NZ experience, even it was still very rainy. Now we are at the foot of the Mount Taranaki and wait for tommorow. May be we can see it and approach ...

      New Plymouth

      A travel blog entry by steffielou on May 19, 2013

      4 photos

      ... 5 and we decided to eat out for dinner. Went to Arborio's as it was recommended in our guide books. Not cheap but so worth it! Would describe it but it was far too nice to do justice with words, had a right good laugh too! Had a drink at Frederics, music was great, and they had fancy open fires, didn't stay late, only had one pear cider! Off to bed , hopefully the weather her will be better tomorrow?! Shan't hold my ...

      A Goat for president

      A travel blog entry by sez.fitchet.1 on Mar 29, 2013

      57 photos

      ... cycle up that hill, but hell it was steep, so I would get
      about half way and then that’s it people were almost walking faster, so push it I did. We had some great days
      out on the bike eg: Anzac day Fi, Sarah Hogan and I went for a spin around the Bays with a flask of tea and some biscuits, we stopped half way for a coffee
      and glass of wine (why not it’s a public holiday) that same afternoon. Sarah
      took me fishing along ...