Riverside Motor Lodge & Conference Centre

7 Williamson Street, P.O. Box 469, Cambridge, North Island, New Zealand | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel is located on 7 Williamson Street, P.O. Box 469, Cambridge.
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Travel Blogs from Cambridge


A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Mar 04, 2014

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... ago I got a parking fine in New York. For complicated reasons I won't go in to I felt I had at least a moral case for not paying it, so didn't. I never heard any more about it but there is a downside. Every time I have gone back to the States since I have broken out in a cold sweat at the Immigration Desk waiting to be invited in to a side room. From there I am dragged off by the FBI to spend six months in solitary confinement in the State Penitentiary. Or worse still I ...

Onto Hamilton

A travel blog entry by fernm on Feb 25, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... were fenced up and only a small part of it was open due to some event going on there in the evening. So I turned around and walked all the way back again! I looked up was happening in the gardens and found out I missed a midnight showing of the rocky horror show earlier in the month, which would have been fun especially since its creator (who played Riff Raff) is from Hamilton. Ah ...

Day 117 - Black Abyss

A travel blog entry by costin on Jan 24, 2014

... caves, we returned to the visitor centre for a spot of lunch, whilst nervously waiting for our Black Abyss tour, a caving and tubing adventure in the Ruakuri caves. Our time came around soon enough and we got kitted out in wetsuits, climbing harnesses, a helmet and some rather attractive cave shoes. We then piled into the back of a minibus and were taken to the tomo (i.e. hole) that we would abseil through into the cave. Before we could just abseil into the ...

Journey to Middle North Island

A travel blog entry by peteandal on Jun 16, 2013

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... so we didn't stay long. It was nearly 9.30 so we hopped on a bus labelled "Special" and headed off with Rebecca our boring droney bus guide, she was a bit like Peter Woodd from the bus part of the Doubtful Sound tour. Thankfully we had a different guide for the film set- Steve. Steve was great, full of information and really chatty. Pete thought he might be a bit underwhelmed by it all but he was so wrong! It was incredible, even in the rain! The rain meant that ...

Living in Cambridge

A travel blog entry by rachsadventures on Apr 19, 2013

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I'm afraid that I have been pretty neglectful of my blog over the last few months but that's largely because I've stayed in Cambridge working. Now that I'm travelling again I thought I'd do an update and let you know what I've been getting up to! Whilst I was staying with Stuart and Di I mostly worked, trying to save money for my travels around the South Island. Firstly, I got a job at Gold Buyers in Hamilton. I worked at a kiosk testing and buying ...