At Our Place Bed and Breakfast

14 Marsden Road, Paihia, Bay of Islands, North Island, 0252, New Zealand | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Paihia


    A travel blog entry by kalie on Aug 20, 2014

    18 photos

    ... by a place called the Parrot Palace. Its a place that has a lot of birds, and we went in to feed and pet them. It was awesome! A cockatil sat on my hand for 5 minutes to get a head scratch, then we spent about an hour feeding the different parrots.

    After that, we went to Charlies Rock - its a place by some falls that we heard you could jump in. Due to the rain of the past couple of days, ...

    History, Haka and Hell Holes

    A travel blog entry by themossfamily on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... all learn a lot from the Maori philosophy on life, focusing on the here and now; leading happy, meaningful and purposeful lives, following the heart, facing your fears, and leaving your day’s animosities behind. Believing they are the children of the land; they are at one with the black father skies and red mother earth, and everything in between is connected. They are all born with a little bit of ‘stardust’ as our guide described ...

    Bay of Islands And Northland

    A travel blog entry by lilianbrett on Apr 09, 2014

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    ... fish and chips ( rivalling the one in Westbourne at the top of Grandma and Grandpas road) before heading back to Paihia. Unfortunately that evening I proceeded to delete all of my photos from the day good one Lil. Friday 11th April On Friday I started the day by taking a boat trip out through the bay where we spotted lots of pods of dolphins who came so close to the boat. I got a bit over excited and flung my camera case overboard (no camera in it thankfully), ...


    A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Mar 08, 2014

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    ... and look out to the flagpole – and the bay beyond – that is the spot the Treaty was first signed. Then we head back to meet our guide – a local Maori who it turns out is actually a fifth-generation descendant of one of the local chiefs who signed the Treaty 174 years ago! He’s very knowledgeable and engaging, and we learn more about the history of the Treaty and the signees on both sides. We also look at some of the wakas, or war canoes, ...

    So many islands

    A travel blog entry by derekandjo on Feb 24, 2014

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    ... good job. The islands stretch out across the bay and we sailed out to the farthest point to see Cathedral Hole which on a good day you can sail through but the skipper said unless we wanted to be on the 6 o,clock news it was better that we just viewed from a distance.From there you can see the old lighthouse and bungalow where you can hike out to and stay for 15 dollars would be fantastic but what a hike. The skipper gave a running commentary ...