Midway Motel Waiheke
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMidway Motel Waiheke Waiheke Island
A group of us stayed at this motel. We really liked the accommodation - it was neat and clean. The motel was great value for money. The owners were helpful and friendly.
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A trip to Waiheke Island, off the coast near Auckland, is worth it in itself. But throw in a wine tour at some of the great wineries and you really have a great weekend escape from the city. The ferry journey only takes 35 mins and offers great views of Auckland skyline (due to bad weather and the fact that I already have lots of photos from past …
... I have done since arriving on this side of the world, somehow, I had never been to a vineyard. It was absolutely packed when we arrived and we managed to find a table on the deck outside which offered a tiny bit of shelter from the sun. The place was stunning, not only were there row after row of the vineyards themselves but dozens of olive trees. In our tshirts and shorts, we did however feel a little bit out of place. Stoneyridge just reeked of money. It was ...
... and scrambled eggs. We played with Troy and encouraged him to be cheeky and silly while we laughed at him and then his dad came and picked him up and we never saw him again. She gave us a lift into town as if she hadn't done enough for us already - we were so grateful. We checked into a hostel and managed to get a twin room so it's just us. Oh how the mighty have fallen - again. From a 5* resort on a paradise pacific island to dingy hostel in the middle of city ******* with ...
On Saturday 30 August 2014 Kerry and I depart Auckland to tour through what might be called the music triangle commencing in Chicago for 3 nights, arriving in Chicago late on Saturday night, hopefully in time to hit the pillow at our hotel, The Silversmith Hotel on South Wabash Ave, before the clock strikes midnight. We have plans to take in the Jazz festival that is taking place over this weekend just a short stroll to Millennium Park. Then on Sunday afternoon we ...
... each speech at a gathering. The Waiata is the kinaki (embellishment) to the speeches. It shows that the people support what has been spoken and the purpose of the gathering.
Pōkarekare ana (English)
They are agitated
The waters of Waiapu.
But when you cross over girl
They will be calm.
Return to me.
I could ...