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Thanks for your contributions to those articles about New Zealand, but I'm afraid at least some of them don't fit with our policy about links to other web sites. The short version is that we only link to the sites of: specific hotels and restaurants, and official tourism offices. Links to booking services and such got to be such a problem with people adding way too many of them – and not adding hotel listings to the guide itself! – that we decided not to accept them at all. - Todd VerBeek 23:56, 13 July 2006 (EDT)
Hi Todd. I am linking pages that are relevent to each specific region which contains a range of accommodation for that area. I believe that the link is a relevant link to the individual region as it portrays a selection for those viewing the site. I hope that this is acceptable. If this is not accepatble could I link to our regional pages such as  K/r, Gareth Pearce.
This is from our policy Wikitravel:External links:
Avoid linking to secondary sources. For example, avoid using links to:
Phrasing the link as "If you are stuck for accommodation" doesn't change the fact that we don't want our articles to have links to hotel booking services; we want our articles to have lists of hotels (and links to their sites for more info). - Todd VerBeek 07:50, 15 July 2006 (EDT)