Carrington Club

Address: Maitai Bay Road, RD3 Kaitaia - Karikari Penisula , Bay of Islands, North Island, New Zealand | 5 star hotel
 
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Location

This 5 star hotel, located on Maitai Bay Road, RD3 Kaitaia - Karikari Penisula , Bay of Islands, is near World of Wearable Art and Collectable Car Museum, Lake Rotorua, and Jens Hansen Gold and Silversmith.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Carrington Club Bay of Islands

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Bay of Islands

Lost in Translation

A travel blog entry by elaine-snell on Jun 06, 2015

2 photos

... introduced into W(H)anganui, so it’s called ‘Fonganui’ now.) Many place names are similar – to my ear anyway. People ask me where I’ve been and I struggle to tell them because I can’t pronounce them: Taurangi/Turangi; Paeroa/Paihia; Maungaturoto/Maungatapere; Whangeroa/Whangerai to name but a few. OK, they look different written next to each other but spread out on a ...

אבל-טאזמן

A travel blog entry by yonatan on Feb 27, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

... 1512;כי 94; סינית מהחוף ניגשה לקפטן ואמרה לו: Ok I'm ready to go now הקפטן ניסה להסבי 12; לה שהוא לא חוזר חזרה ...

Bay of Islands ... Birth of a Nation

A travel blog entry by elainehayes on Feb 18, 2015

18 photos

... a rock!





We left the boat at Russell so we could stop for a look round. When Cook arrived this was the Maori settlement of Kororareka, but by 1830 had developed into a swashbuckling town of whalers and traders with a reputation for being "The Hell Hole of the Pacific". It was renamed Russell and made the first ...

The Bay of Islands

A travel blog entry by tourtaidnanny on Jan 23, 2015

10 photos

... the good.

On the other side of the bay is Waitangi where the first treaty between the British and the Maori was signed back in the day. This was supposed to give the Maori Chiefs authority over the Maori and their lands and the British authority over the British and their possessions. Some of the promises were lost in translation and there have been disagreements about it ever since.

We ...

Abel Tasman Kayak Day 1

A travel blog entry by julianait on Jan 08, 2015

12 photos

... Zelund eh bro, so it was not surprising that the other 8 paddlers in our briefing session were French. From the outset it was clear that they were from the Mr Bean School of Sporting Participants. Their dry land paddling style was awkward to say the least and there was soon some solid money on at least one kayak never returning from the outing, eh bro. I don't know what was being translated but it appeared that Chinese Whispers was in play. We moved to the beach and launched ...