Number Eight

Address: 8 River Oaks Drive, Tauranga, Bay of Plenty, North Island, 3021, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 8 River Oaks Drive, Tauranga, is near Maunganui Beach and Waimarino Adventure Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Tauranga

    Tauranga, Rotarua, Sheep, Dogs & Geysers

    A travel blog entry by rozzij on Oct 18, 2014

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    ... the signing of the Waitangi Treaty. All tribal chiefs signed the treaty except for 2 tribes who haven't signed to this day. All was harmonious until a politician in the 1970's promised the Maori if they voted his party in that he would pay them for any injustices under the Treaty. So the Maori no longer felt they should work when they were going to come into money. The money only went to the Chiefs and their families and close friends. Now there are 4 generations of Maoris ...

    A Trip to Tauranga

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk132 on May 28, 2014

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    ... I think it highly unlikely I would have found a good Rummikub player in a Tauranga hostel. We played a good few games and like most grandmas Joyce is quietly confident. Over these games I learnt more about her, and her family. She is vegetarian and has been amazing me with the amount of flavour to be found in steamed vegetables!

    I should probably backtrack one moment before I get much further, just to mention the journey. On the way up from Ohakune it was once ...

    New Zealand - Day 26 - Giant Trees, Tiny Quail

    A travel blog entry by rathouse on Feb 23, 2014

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    ... silver on their undersides and are one of the emblems for New Zealand. When we reached the lookout it had a panoramic view over one of the geothermal parks and we were lucky enough to observe an impressive geyser, much longer lasting and effective than the Lady Knox geyser a few days ago. The track wound downhill from there into the forest passing quite a few interesting plants and trees. Apart from the amazingly tall and straight coastal redwoods and pretty tree ...

    Up on the Mount

    A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth on Feb 10, 2014

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    ... children. Jay has his own chiropractic practice and Rachel works there too, so that is where we met them. We also met Jay's parents, who were at the office when we arrived. Jay and Rachel are wonderful people and we had a terrific time talking with them. They kindly offered to let us stay the night at their place. However, we needed to make our way south so we could get to Wellington in time to (hopefully) pick up our Indian visas. We told them we would try to stop ...

    Rotorua to Huntley

    A travel blog entry by globalvistas on Jan 22, 2014

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    Tried out some Maori culture today by visiting Whakarewarewa, the living Thermal village. This was a truly amazing place the only village in NZ set in the geothermal field. Our guide took us on a tour of the village and explained how the people have used their environment for daily cooking,bathing and living. We were shown steam ovens where the community could leave their food all day slowly cooking while they are at work. Hot pools can cook vegetables and shell ...