Pilgrim Planet

Address: 63 Hatea Drive, Whangarei, North Island, New Zealand | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 63 Hatea Drive, Whangarei, is near Poor Knights Island Marine Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Whangarei

    We meet a Hearing Dog.

    A travel blog entry by bruce_n_ros on Mar 31, 2015

    1 photo

    ... town to find a new chair for Ros as hers fell apart last night. We finally found one at the Warehouse so all set now.

    We went over to the RSA for a drink before dinner and met a Hearing Dog and her trainer. She was a lovely wee thing (18months old) and had just passed her final test today. Alex and Angie would love a little dog like her, I’m sure.

    Hearing dogs are trained to alert deaf people to select household ...

    Tees, Trains, Toilets, and Treats

    A travel blog entry by shellingtons on Nov 19, 2014

    5 comments, 21 photos

    ... and really good golf courses!
    Wednesday we travelled to a small town just south of Paihia called Kawakawa. It is famous for two things. One is that a famous Austrian born artist by the name of Frederick Hundertwasser completed his only building in the Southern Hemisphere. The building is actually the public toilet which he used tiles, bottles and stone to create this piece of art. It certainly doesn't look like a washroom from the ...

    Heading North!

    A travel blog entry by haddons on Oct 04, 2014

    3 photos

    We left our little town house in quaint Parnell in Auckland today and took the highway heading North. Finally we feel as if we are really in a different country. Within an hour we travel through vast landscapes of endless fields of cattle with calves and sheep with frolicking lambs. Huge fern trees ...

    New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by mersonjames on Mar 02, 2014

    9 photos

    ... and other forbidden fruits.

    There are lots of posters saying Kia Ora. My first reaction is to think that these New Zealanders must drink an awful lot of fruit squash. But then I remember that my grandson Kieron's class did a thing at school which we went to, which partly involved everyone in the class saying welcome in a different language. He had to say it in Maori. "Kia Ora".

    We then have to go to an information counter to use a free phone to ...

    Tui and Ching

    A travel blog entry by mikewalkabout on Mar 02, 2014

    3 photos

    ... to know more about it anyway. Tui's eyes lit up when I showed it to her. She said she thought it's not an adze but a Patu Muka for pounding Flax, she said it was very old. We spent the evening chatting they are lovely people and so hospitable,it was interesting to get an little more insight in to Maori culture. Having spent a rather uncomfortable night on a mattress on the floor I awoke with a rather stiff back. I don't think Lil ...