The Painted Pony Inn B&B

Address: 64 Ngunguru Ford Rd, Whangarei, North Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 64 Ngunguru Ford Rd, Whangarei, is near Poor Knights Island Marine Reserve.
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Travel Blogs from Whangarei

Hell hole of the pacific

A travel blog entry by jagosperring on Mar 11, 2014

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Yay it's a great day today. As soon as the sun came out we went to kerikeri we bought some awesome new purple shoes for football then we bought a cricket ball. Later we went to a football pitch and played football and cricket it was so fun. In the Afternoon we went on a boat trip to Russell we sat on the top of the boat it was really windy. Then we went ...

Whangerai and the Poor Knights

A travel blog entry by carrhaughan on Mar 07, 2014

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... isn’t astounding it’s still pretty good. We surface and compare stories – seems we were pretty successful! We head back to shore, getting a few tips about Northland from the locals and enjoying homemade cake from a couple of the team, and everyone’s pretty happy by the time we hit the harbour. We say our goodbyes, jump in the car and head north on the relatively short journey up to Paihia where we’ll be spending a few ...

Celebrate Good Times... Come on!

A travel blog entry by simonlowe on Dec 28, 2013

... building a sandcastle on her birthday. She managed it, and had her picture taken with the lifeguards, but by then we were almost the only people on the entire beach as the weather had taken hold and it was pelting down! This put paid to her other birthday wish of having a BBQ on the beach.

We spent the afternoon hunting Kiwi in the Kiwi House museum in Whangerei and spotted two ...

Bay of Islands, NZ.

A travel blog entry by catherinejill on Dec 04, 2013

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... boat. Mostly, because we were literally the last ones to get there... 3 minutes before sailing. (I had gotten caught up on cleaning "Yota" and didn't realize the time... But we made it!) we were seated inside while most other passengers were on top outside. When we got sailing I noticed downstairs that we now had access to the stern of the boat and we went down and were now right on the tip of the boat, best view on the whole ship! There were 14/15 Islands in total ...


A travel blog entry by laracamille on Dec 04, 2013

Didn't have to get up this morning but still got up quite early as I didn't feel too good, went and had cereal and a cup of tea�� the got ready and walked into town, treated myself today! Decided to collect pandora charms from each country and then when I get back to England I will buy a bracelet and put them on it, so I brought a kiwi bird for New Zealand and ...