Hotel Armitage

Address: 9 Willow St. ( Cnr. Willow And Park Streets), Tauranga, Bay of Plenty, North Island, New Zealand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 9 Willow St. ( Cnr. Willow And Park Streets), Tauranga, is near Maunganui Beach and Waimarino Adventure Park.
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A travel blog entry by sandshoephil on Feb 13, 2015

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Today we drive over the bridge to the privately-owned ground at Matapihi, owned by wealthy New Zealand share and investment broker Neil Craig. Neil, an unabashed cricket lover acquired the land, a former citrus orchard, in 1998. He cleared the land in 2000 and two years later turned it into an outstanding turf cricket venue, flanked on three sides …

We arrive in Tauranga

A travel blog entry by sandshoephil on Feb 12, 2015

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Today we spent the morning by first grabbing a coffee in town (mandatory) then heading over to the Kuirau Park to check out the thermal springs and mud pools. Then it was back to the motel to check out and head on down the road to Tauranga.

Tauranga was settled by Māori late in the 13th century and by Europeans in the early 19th …

The East Cape

A travel blog entry by tourdemark on Feb 10, 2015

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... you look at a profile map of this road it's like an upside down comb. Well, maybe an old, broken comb with a few teeth missing but a comb nonetheless. So again Nelson and I rode the undulations of NZ and after about 40 km I was feeling fit as a fiddle. No, not really. I was totally knackered. Not only was I physically exhausted but my mind became my own worst enemy with mantras like: "WHY am I doing this?" "Can't I just be ...

Caves, Culture and Hot Springs

A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Nov 11, 2014

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... down time while sorting our sleeping arrangements and then came the fun part of the evening. The family performed a number of songs and dances for us and explained that the importance of this is Maori culture is due to the fact that the Maori language isn't written. So young members are taught the language verbally and through song and dance. It is also seen as a form of expression and openness. They also showed us some of the weapons used in wars and the significance ...

Tauranga, Rotarua, Sheep, Dogs & Geysers

A travel blog entry by rozzij on Oct 18, 2014

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... lamb, pork, kumara, pumpkin & yams which he said was really good. Mine was excellent. They taunted us with Pavlova just to show us Aussies how good they make it so naturally I had some. Garry had steam pudding & custard.

After lunch we headed down to the thermal pools. Rob radioed ahead to check how the main geyser (pronounced gyser - he said old men are geezers) was going and how long before it blew. We had plenty of time to reach the bridge near the geyser. ...