Bayview Manly

Address: 1 Beach Rd, Whangaparaoa, North Island, 0930, New Zealand | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 1 Beach Rd, Whangaparaoa, is near Tiritiri Matangi Scientific Reserve and Vaughan Homestead.
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    Travel Blogs from Whangaparaoa

    Leaving New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by laurenz on Jun 13, 2015

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    After nearly 3 months in the land of the kiwi's I'm making my way up to the Fiji Islands.
    My last 3 weeks here in New Zealand have been very great.
    I normally worked 4-5 hours per day. Splitting wood/mixing concrete and a little bit of cooking. The excellent humour of Geoff was always something very relaxing. And beside him ...

    Life-changing Ice Cream

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Apr 12, 2015

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    ... and we successfully gave away a couple bottles of surplus-to-requirements camping gas to a Kiwi chap. He said that a lot of travellers tent to ditch their camping gear at this particular site and it isn't uncommon to find whole tents in the bin. Indicating a grey tent near the fence that was beginning to lose its shape, he told Ben that nobody had been occupying it for days. He presumed that it was abandoned. We had an hour or so in Auckand's ...

    Staying with Keith and Di

    A travel blog entry by janandandrew on Apr 07, 2015

    11 photos

    ... of extraction and sawing equipment to a full mock up of a boarding house of the period. Artefacts were shown in room situations with the models based on real people of the times. We ran out of time to do it full justice, nipping out for lunch before a quick visit to the old school rooms which were used till 1972, post office and telephone exchange and small chapel. There was also a small exhibition of the life of J. G. Coates , NZ twenty first PM who cam from there and was buried ...

    The Journey to Middle Earth

    A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Feb 06, 2015

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    ... the staff that worked at the farm. Peter Jackson had even gone as far as to plant apple trees and pear orchids in order to create this whimsical illusion.
    I confess that I almost lost myself as I walked onto the set. It was beyond everything that I had imagined. Instantly I wanted to follow the paths, which meandered up the hills to more Hobbit Holes, but my desire to explore was immediately shot down by a fearsome tour guide who demanded we all stick together and listen to ...

    Stop over at best B and B ever.

    A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Jan 25, 2015

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    ... who lived nearby in a house without electricity until his death in 2000. The toilets were certainly original and indicative of the originality of a man who lived without services in the twentieth century. We made it to Whangarei where coffee was definitely on the agenda and so we headed for the marina area where both coffee and the Clock museum were situated. We had been heading for the Kauri museum so when Rod opted to visit ...