Albany Country B&B

127 Potter Rd, Albany, Auckland, North Island, RD2, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 127 Potter Rd, Albany, is near TSS Earnslaw, Pink Sand Beach, Valentine's Dive Center, and Briland's Blue Hole.
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    Travel Blogs from Albany

    "Everything Is Awesome..."

    A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Jul 17, 2014

    10 photos

    ... tour of the surrounding area; the scenery was overwhelmingly tranquil and engendered a great sense of relaxation. Adequately refuelled, we took a short ferry ride, complete with more serene vistas, into the city to start being fully fledged tourists. A souvenir shop selling all manner of weird delicacies caught our eyes first. Of note was the cow's colostrum tablets, which tasted like a ...

    Day 165 01.07.14

    A travel blog entry by daryl-sophie14 on Jul 01, 2014

    3 photos

    ... though and we landed on time just after 11am! We were greeted by Neil and Laura complete with an epic greeting sign, who very kindly gave us a lift to our hostel in the city centre, Surf n Snow Backpackers! It's very basic but it's quiet and we are pretty central too. (We have stayed in a lot worse put it that way). We are in room 303. After a quick shower and change we met up with Neil and Laura around half 1. We headed straight to the nearest Irish bar named Father Teds where ...

    Closing the loop

    A travel blog entry by toddlerontour on Jun 01, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... drove our way. Once the sun had finally vanished we returned to our unit for the night and ate fish and chips for dinner.


    "Happy birthday daddy!" The perfect way to start the day- with a cuddle and a birthday kiss from Chloe. She even offered to help me open my present- a new t-shirt and a lord of the rings locations guide book. We visited the Kauri Museum 20km down the road which was full of a variety of things ...

    Big whales, big blokes, big mountains, big pies

    A travel blog entry by waughs on May 02, 2014

    6 photos

    ... settled by the Maori in 1200-ish and by the Europeans in strength the mid-1800s. This combined with the size and logistical difficulty of getting around in the days before mass transit, means that they haven’t deforested it, polluted it or allowed someone to build Glenrothes on it. It is an unspoiled paradise. Having said that, this conservation comes at a cost and there are rules galore in the place. Freedom camping is strictly forbidden in most places, doing so risks a ...

    An adrenaline packed 2 weeks

    A travel blog entry by fayerowe on Mar 15, 2014

    ... with a guy Kelly knew, its through this thing called couch surfing, and although we were abit nervous to begin with, its so good. Its all based on feedback and references so if the hosts are rude or dodgie, or if the surfers (us) are disrespectuful, bad feedback is given to your profile so you cant get anywhere in future. However if you're good, it means people want you to stay, and you can basically go anywhere in the world as this website is global.

    So as ...