Takanini Park Motor Lodge

Address: 144 Great South Road Takanini, Takanini, Auckland, North Island, 2112, New Zealand | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 144 Great South Road Takanini, Takanini, is near Skydive Lake Wanaka, Hauraki Gulf, Eco Wanaka Adventures, and Regional Botanical Gardens.
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    Travel Blogs from Takanini

    Arrival/First Day of School

    A travel blog entry by lhasebroock on May 27, 2015

    ... like some huge cult walking through the halls. This school is from year 7 to year 13. For us, it's 6th grade to your Senior year of high school. Their grades use numbers one year higher. The U.S. middle and high schooling system is actually one semester ahead of everyone in New Zealand. We go to school from August until May. They are in school from February until November. Some of the classes here are ...

    Rain, rain, rain and even more rain

    A travel blog entry by charli9988 on May 23, 2015

    2 comments

    ... Pizza Hut pizzas. I only had half of one of those! That there is one whole 6 weeks worth of food. Including the pizza costing us a grand total of approx £45. It's seems like a lot when listed like that but trying to make breakfast, lunch and dinner out of that for 6 weeks has taken some planning. Especially when a certain Mr house appears to have gotten fussier by the day lol. I think if either of us see rice again in the next year or so we might spontaneously combust hahaa. ...

    Owera to Rotorua

    A travel blog entry by mgibbs on Apr 26, 2015

    12 photos

    ... a 1.5 hr tour led by Fittore (Darren) who was a local descendant of an important early chief. He was knowledgeable and pleasant. We saw thermal springs, mud pools and saw hoe flax was made and many examples of craft. We also saw a carving training area. We found a Countdown supermarket and bought pasta for dinner. We got to the to the Top holiday park on dark, and set up for dinner. It was an average park, but ...

    Bag End and the Green Dragon

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Apr 11, 2015

    26 photos

    ... Ambery Regional Park, where we passed our first night in New Zealand all those weeks ago. It looked fantastic under a big sky and the public park area was still full of people making the most of a gorgeous Saturday. There were many handsome pukekos (purple swamphens) strutting around, as well as huge flocks of oystercatchers. As we parked up, we found ourselves next to three Canadians. They were packing up there things in advance of trying to sell their van tomorrow. We don't envy ...

    Ed on a Sailboat?...must be a lunar eclipse!

    A travel blog entry by erinanded on Apr 04, 2015

    15 photos

    ... What a spectacular day out on the water.. we see a couple of people bungee jumping off the bridge, paddle boaters, a few people fishing off the dock, lots of boats on the water...maybe the coolest thing was seeing an older version of an NZ Americas Cup sail boat taking tourists for a cool ride. I can't believe how calm the waters were. Tony knew I wasn't keen on sailing so he made sure we had a nice calm day on the water, and not too hot either I'd guess it was ...