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

    4 photos

    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 ...

    Off to the Land of the Thunder Dragon

    A travel blog entry by bruceontour on May 21, 2015

    ... not be disembarking.)
    Arrive Paro BHUTAN 10.20 am

    Paro – Thimphu
    National Memorial Chorten, Buddha Point, Takin, Archery Ground, Tashichhodzong (Thimphu Dzong) - Hotel Norbuling

    Tuesday 26 May - Day 2: Thimphu
    Tango Monastery, Institute of Zorig Chusum or school of the 13 Arts, Simply Bhutan - Hotel Norbuling


    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 ...

    North Island New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by smadge on Mar 25, 2015

    12 photos

    ... is a great deal more of Maori culture left intact, there is material evidence: they built substantial wooden dwellings, they had interesting clothing, and they carved wood, bone and stone. In addition where they came from is perhaps clearer, somewhere in Polynesia, how they managed to sail to a small island in a very large ocean, extraordinary, and best of all they did a lot of fighting amongst themselves, against the Europeans, Dutch and British, with the British against ...

    Journey back to the shire

    A travel blog entry by sktravels on Feb 21, 2015

    10 photos

    ... this natural disaster created. The hostel we had checked in to was questionable, we were booked in for two nights here, but quickly altered it to just the one night as we decided this would be plenty enough. We spent the day we had here venturing through it's destroyed streets where the main cathedral has only half of it's structure still standing, most of the highstreet shops were still closed down and the city was ghostly quiet for a weekend day. An interesting and cool ...