Rawhiti Boutique Bed and Breakfast

Address: 40 Rawhiti Terrace, Wellington, North Island, New Zealand | Villa
 
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Location

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

    Preface "Travelers don't know where they're going"

    A travel blog entry by kelsi-rawinia on Oct 28, 2015

    2 photos

    ... 8217;ve never been there before, neither of us skis or snowboards and we’ve never lived in a sub-zero climate (Bonus: I’m not particularly fond of the cold. Perfect, right?)

    So basically, I don’t know much, but what I do know is that we wanted more than just a few weeks of holiday, we wanted a living experience. Sure, we could go there, see the sights and do the normal touristy things, but ...

    Living Life in the Windy Capital

    A travel blog entry by mdunbar91 on Aug 30, 2015

    50 photos

    ... options are kind of out the window a lot of the time. Nonetheless, well worthwhile!

    When not alcohol infused, and seeking an educated or cultural day, Te Papa is always a good port of call, along with the War Museum which is interesting too. Mostly about The Great War, it also has a big exhibition about Gallipoli (like everywhere in New Zealand). Other than that, walks to see the seals at Red Rocks Reserve, Writers' Walk, the leaning man, or ...

    Our great plans for the next year

    A travel blog entry by ianandruth on Jul 04, 2015

    11 comments, 2 photos

    ... some tigers even if we cannot see those yetis), possibly going as far as Sikkim before turning north to Tibet. From Lhasa we jump (or fly if the budget will cope) to Chengdu, hopefully seeing pandas (no yetis here). The route then heads south again seeking some warmer weather after winter on the Tibetan plateau. After southern China, Laos and Cambodia will follow before heading to Europe for the final leg of the ...

    The Bay of Islands, New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jun 15, 2015

    10 photos

    ... orchards and mission stations. For Maori people this area is key because of the Treaty of Waitangi, the founding document of modern New Zealand in which Maori rights (sadly all to often not upheld in the intervening centuries) are enshrined. It was an agreement between Queen ...

    Back to Where it All Began...For Now!

    A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Apr 25, 2015

    6 photos

    ... digs literally a street away, on one of our trips to help him move his bits and pieces, we bumped into the purchasers who were on their way to see us to say hello! They could not have been more far removed from what we initially envisaged. An elderly couple I would say in their 60s, they were very friendly and kind. I saw them again on their way back down the hill and we had a chat about Scotland and Mattijs and I’s travel plans and their own intentions for ...