Midway Motel Waiheke
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
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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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... along the way giving you various historical facts - most to do with the WWII military sites but also about the boulders, for example a lot of the rocks have depressions in them which were actually caused by water dripping from an ancient forest which was once on the island. After a walk around the site taking in the gun emplacements and other various building remains, I decided to complete the walk down to Hooks Bay, which I'd seen indicated on a map back in the car park. The start of ...
... a while. Kid literately looks identical to Jeff from 21 and over. He is a crazy dude. When we first meet I thought he was all about partying and being crazy, but after I got to know him better he pretty soft. He has had a pretty rough life, which he has shared a little tiny bit of. He is always around our flat which is fun.
Jacob is the kiwi. he is an RA. By day he has his head on his shoulders, but by night he turns into a party animal.
There is ...
We started out by going over to Mount Eden which gives a great lookout over all of Auckland in every direction. We learned that some 700 years ago some 33k people lived on the mountain or crater and you can still see their food dugouts around the mountain. The top is a sacred place still today and is a huge grass filled crater which is quite surreal. It is the largest crater in the Southern Hemisphere (granted you hear that ...
... a gelato and coffee boutique. Andy didn't seem to understand my fascination with the fact that they had renovated a regular shipping container, but I just thought it was the coolest idea.
We then decided to create our own little scenic tour of the rest of the island, and ended up jumping onto the local bus for a little ride. We made our way through the winding roads, enjoying different beaches along with some stunning real estate. The homes were absolutely immaculate, ...
Packing my backpack this morning made the realisation that I was going home come true. It was really sad to say goodbye to Emer for the last time when she left for work and then even more so when I checked out of the hostel. As I'm not flying until this evening I decided to treat myself to a fry up for breakfast which was just what I needed. I then sat about in the communal area of the hostel listening to music and catching up on writing my ...