Travel Blogs from Mangonui, New Zealand

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Mangonui & Keri Keri, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Mangonui & Keri Keri

A travel blog entry by kimandrob

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... happily stocking up on drop in a Dutch shop, we were on our way. We couldn't resist having lunch at what was apparently New Zealand's best Fish & Chip shop. It did not disappoint as, sat overlooking Mangonui harbour, we filled up for the rest ...

Russell up to Mangonui, Doubtless Bay, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Russell up to Mangonui, Doubtless Bay

A travel blog entry by tonyandsarah

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... in the grounds depicting where the treaty was signed, however, they do state that the flagpole is in the approximate position so it could have been anywhere. We then drove north to Doubtless bay where we went for a beer and spent the night at ...

Doubtless Bay, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Doubtless Bay

A travel blog entry by jsto

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Today I travelled further North to get to Mangonui, which is a fishing village and the main town of Doubtless bay. It took about 3 hours to get there from Whangarei. The village itself is very small, yet somehow large enough to have two fish and chip ...

Mangonui, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Mangonui

A travel blog entry by yam_cina

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The fames fish n cheaps is that big of a ...

Up and around the Northland, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Up and around the Northland

A travel blog entry by awitti

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If you look at a map of New Zealand, you'll notice that the country is divided by a north island and a south island.  For some reason the south island is considered the mainland, but whatever.  Further, the north island is partitioned into ...

Giant trees, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Giant trees

A travel blog entry by lsteen

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... at 51 m and between 1200 and 2000 years old. What an experience to be able to see these amazing trees. Our drive to Mangonui included a ferry ride across an estuary and many, many kms. of the twistiest roads you can imagine. Its hard to imagine how ...

Dinosaur trees, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Dinosaur trees

A travel blog entry by helfjae

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... few seafood restaurants, and some gift- and craft shops. The seafood restaurant on the wharf was proved to be one of the best in New-Zealand. We had fresh seafood dinner there later in the evening.  Before we "called it a day “ we did a ...

Cape Crusaders, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Cape Crusaders

A travel blog entry by operationwalrus

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... plan for the following day, when we planned to drive right up to Cape Reinga, the Northernmost point you can drive to in New Zealand. The following morning Marko gave us a hearty breakfast of fruity yoghurt and muesli, a great cup of freshly ground coffee ...

Cape Reinga via Ninety-Mile Beach, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Cape Reinga via Ninety-Mile Beach

A travel blog entry by jsto

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The coach picked me up at 9.15am this morning for the journey up to Cape Reinga, which is the northernmost point of NZ accessible by car. Our first stop was in the town of Awanui for a morning tea break at the Ancient Kauri kingdom, which has a show room ...

Palmsunday under the palms, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Palmsunday under the palms

A travel blog entry by helfjae

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... spent the day swimming in the ocean surfs, playing soccer and hiking in the bush. In the evening we drove to the same seafood restaurant as yesterday and had shrimps and mussels. Before bedtime we had a long walk in the hills surrounding Mangonui. ...

Beachcombing the far north, Karikari Peninsula, New Zealand travel blog

Beachcombing the far north

A travel blog entry by sianeth

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DAY 373 - WHATUWHIWHI - PEPPERMINT PUKE, Whatuwhiwhi, New Zealand travel blog

DAY 373 - WHATUWHIWHI - PEPPERMINT PUKE

A travel blog entry by kangarog

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Jay had woken up in the night with indigestion and had bad stomach pains. By morning the pain had not lessened so we decided to stay put at Whatuwhiwhi and have a chill out day. By mid morning though Jay's stomach pains were getting worse. With ...

Geschichtsträchtig, Tokerau Beach, New Zealand travel blog

Geschichtsträchtig

A travel blog entry by mir2

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... 'ndig. Die Stelle, an welcher das Abkommen unterzeichnet wurde, markieren heute die Flaggen von Neuseeland, der United Tribes of New Zealand und der Union Jack. Wir spazierten durch die wunderschöne und bis ins Detail gepflegte und gehegte Anlage und ...

Day in Oramahoe & off to Karkari Peninsular, Karikari Peninsula, New Zealand travel blog

Day in Oramahoe & off to Karkari Peninsular

A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip

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What a night's sleep - first in the campervan and it was really comfortable. We had not managed to unpack or get anything sorted out so we decided to have a quiet day at Michael & Sarah's place. Only woke up at 09h30 just in time to say goodbye to ...

The Karikari Peninsular, Matai Bay, New Zealand travel blog

The Karikari Peninsular

A travel blog entry by cotysmore

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We headed back to Auckland to meet up with Caroline, the girl that Neil rendezvoused with when he first came out here three years ago and her parents, who are here on holiday and one of her friends Katerina, who has just returned here after being in ...

DAY 372 - TAURANGA BAY TO WHATUWHIWHI - BLACK CAT, Whatuwhiwhi, New Zealand travel blog

DAY 372 - TAURANGA BAY TO WHATUWHIWHI - BLACK CAT

A travel blog entry by kangarog

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... places we have been to along the coast there were signs at Taupo Bay stating that it was a tsunami ready community. Most of New Zealand is at risk of a tsunami if there is an earthquake in the pacific and the coastal communities have an evacuation plan ...

Mangonui, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Mangonui

A travel blog entry by cianot

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Mangonui, Cable Bay, New Zealand travel blog

Mangonui

A travel blog entry by fromthemill

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Today was a bit of a driving day with very short stops to see stuff. A very long beach for lunch, giant sand dunes at the end of aforementioned beach and a very very fat tree. But all the way the scenery was stunning, something that can never be conveyed ...

Luxus-Urlaub, Rangiputa, New Zealand travel blog

Luxus-Urlaub

A travel blog entry by kristina_julia

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Wenn die Dame des Hauses im eigenen Garten mit Golduhr, Platinschmuck & Brillantring am Finger Unkraut zupft, muss schon ein gewisses Grundvermoegen vorhanden sein! Dank Barbara duerfen wir bis Sonntag in ihrem 'kleinen Ferienhaus' mit Privatstrand ...

Doubtless Bay, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Doubtless Bay

A travel blog entry by timandmandy

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We booked onto a day trip on the magnificent RJ Tucker Thompson - a wonderful replica tall ship.  A good crowd of us then sailed out to the Bay of Islands and anchored just off Hospitasl Bay  for lunch and a swim.  We had a a cracking ...

Drive to Doubtless Bay, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Drive to Doubtless Bay

A travel blog entry by steve_and_jayne

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... drove North from the Bay of Islands to Doubtless Bay. On route we stopped off at KeriKeri Mission Station , home of New Zealand's two oldest buildings - the oldest timber building (the KeriKeri Mission House built in 1821-22) and the ...

Doubtless Bay (Ninety Mile Beach, Shipwreck Bay), Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Doubtless Bay (Ninety Mile Beach, Shipwreck Bay)

A travel blog entry by steve_and_jayne

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... that we would not travel the full length of Ninety Mile Beach (the peninsula that stretches to Cape Reinga, the most northern point of New Zealand) but drove a little way up the main road (SH1) to one of the early points where you can get on the beach. ...

Merry Christmas!, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Merry Christmas!

A travel blog entry by rmac721

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... nbsp; The water is just the right temperature and a beautiful blue.  The entire white sandy beach is lined with the New Zealand "Christmas" tree, which has these beautiful red flowers that bloom only at Christmas time.  There is also a nice view ...

2008:  So far, so good, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

2008: So far, so good

A travel blog entry by rmac721

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... summer, and I think it started Dec. 20th.  So I hear that things will taper off in the next few weeks...maybe!  Otherwise, I think that is all that's new here.  I hope everyone had a nice New Years, and I'll talk to you soon! xoxo ...

Best Fush n Chups in the World..., Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Best Fush n Chups in the World...

A travel blog entry by rozlesch

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After Kerikeri, we got back on State Highway 10 and after passing through Kaeo we arrived in Mangonui for lunch.   The fishing village of Mangonui is the main centre of Doubtless Bay.  It was once a busy wahling and trading town and has a ...

New Zealand Camper Stop4, Cable Bay, New Zealand travel blog

New Zealand Camper Stop4

A travel blog entry by gbrocklebank

... up from Russell, stopping of at KeriKeri to do the walk from the Stone Store to Rainbow Falls, fish and chips (with side of shrimp and mussels) at Mangonui and the beautiful Doubtless Bay, evening by the beach at Maitai Bay, morning yoga on the ...

Traumstrände in Neuseelands Northland, Matei Bay, New Zealand travel blog

Traumstrände in Neuseelands Northland

A travel blog entry by diene

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Gerade einmal 10 Tage bleiben uns noch zur Erkundung der Nordinsel nördlich von Auckland und hier reiht sich mal wieder ein Traumstrand an den nächsten! Unser erster Stop in den Manghawai Heads bietet einen superrelaxten Surferort mit superschönem ...

So many fantastic beaches, Cable Bay, New Zealand travel blog

So many fantastic beaches

A travel blog entry by projectmgrsrus

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On route to Doubtless Bay (named by Captain Cook, when asked what is that he replied doubtless another bay!) took the small car ferry from Russell to Paihia, and then drove through historic Kerikeri and the 'Million Dollar View Road'. ...

Giant trees, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Giant trees

A travel blog entry by dgregson

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... at 51 m and between 1200 and 2000 years old. What an experience to be able to see these amazing trees. Our drive to Mangonui included a ferry ride across an estuary and many, many kms. of the twistiest roads you can imagine. Its hard to imagine how one ...

Delphine, Mangonui, New Zealand travel blog

Delphine

A travel blog entry by huge

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Heute morgen ging unsere Tour zu den Islands of Bay um 09:00Uhr los. Als wir im Hafen ankam war allerdings nichts zu sehen. Es war total diesig und wir dachten schon, dass unsere Tour abgesagt wird. Zum Glück war das aber nur in der Bucht so. Wir haben ...

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