Rawhiti Boutique Bed and Breakfast

Address: 40 Rawhiti Terrace, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand | Villa
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This villa, located on 40 Rawhiti Terrace, Wellington, is near Wellington Cable Car, Carter Observatory, Zest Food Tours of New Zealand, and Plimmer Steps.
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    Travel Blogs from Wellington

    We're Moving to Holland!

    A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Apr 07, 2015

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... my visa. No employer was remotely interested when they learnt I was to begin with on a working holiday visa (which technically doesn’t allow visa holders to have permanent jobs anyway) and then on a work visa, specific to my current role. I even have a sticker in my passport which states, quite clearly, that I am employed in a particular position, for a certain organisation. It makes me wince every time I look at it.

    So when I leave my job, I will no ...

    A Great Game.

    A travel blog entry by trevandmoira on Mar 21, 2015

    4 comments, 4 photos

    After a splendid day yesterday our final day in Wellington and the North Island couldn't have been better. Weather perfect, a cracking game of cricket and a fantastic atmosphere.
    New Zealand v West Indies. The favourites v a team who feel lucky to have got this far.
    NZ won the toss and batted first A steady innings finishing at 393 for 6, the highest score in a World Cup Knockout match and to top that Martin Guptill scored an unbeaten 237 in 163 balls, the ...

    Whistlestop in Wellington

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Mar 09, 2015

    13 photos

    ... over the evening. We immediately walked round to a little bay next door lined with very expensive-looking houses. The gulls seem to flock here in the evening and perhaps a thousand of the black-backed variety were stood on rocks, bathing and drinking in a little stream, or sitting out on the water. They arrived in their dozens over the hills. Back with Fenton the camper car, we cooked and ate at the top of the shingle enjoying the sight of the great swells rolling in from ...

    Deja vu from Wellington to Auckland

    A travel blog entry by emmaandsophie on Mar 02, 2015


    ... and caught the bus up to Taupo. The whole trip began to feel like deja vu considering that we had already been to all these places before, however we had no more exciting activities left to do! We decided to splash out for dinner and we cooked a fancy vegetarian chilli with rice, nachos and homemade guacamole and were sitting in the hostel dining room when Emma's cousin, Louis, walked through the door. It was great ...

    New Zealand is so much better than Old Zealand

    A travel blog entry by jenniandpeter on Feb 12, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    If you look on a map from the perspective of a Northern Hemisphere resident, New Zealand tends to appear as an island off of Australia. That would be like calling Puerto Rico an island off of Massachusetts. The flight is a little over three hours and the distance is almost exactly the same as the distance from Los Angeles to St. Louis. We flew on Qantas again, and made the flight by the skin of our teeth (whatever that saying ...