ASURE Cherry Court Motor Lodge
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Pardon us while we give you the basics of Kauri trees, learned mostly at The Kauri Museum in Matakohe, about an hour south and west from Whangarei.
Agathis australis, commonly known by its Māori name kauri, is a coniferous tree of Araucariaceae in the genus Agathis, found north of 38°S in the northern districts of New Zealand's North Island.
Kauri ( pronounced "kah-oo-ree") is a type of pine tree belonging to one of the most ancient ...
... bit like B&B. (Chris L - you'd hate it!!) They vary considerably, of course, and that's part of the fascination when you book a place and turn up, wondering if it matches or exceeds your expectations. Getting to know the house owners and benefiting from their local knowledge, as well as enjoying being in their homes has always been a good experience.
Then there are campsites. Camping is big in this part of the world, and for ...
... seen all the scenery and coastal views but yet again we had a WOW moment. Hokianga harbour is beautiful with mountains on one side and a huge sandy spit on the other. The opening to the harbour is very small and you can see the Tasman Sea's waves fighting to get in. Taking pics of these sights has now become pretty futile because they really can't express the reality of seeing it for yourself. We carried on and we entered the Kauri forest. The Kauri forest is a bit of ...
... town cent re, which, had once been the HQ of the Union and was now a roof top bar/restaurant with a great vibe. Had a lovely meal and chilled…….Monday 5th January 2015 – A lovely warm sunny day in Auckland, we walked around town, the harbour front,the Viaduct and Wynyard areas that had been redeveloped a few years ago prior to the Rugby World Cup. Some fantastic yachts and boats in the marina including couple of the ...
... only be described as flying visit it felt like we were rushed through even though that the way I prefer it. It was a very interesting place and well worth a visit, I could not nor still can't believe how big theatres canoe that was built using 3 Kari trees was is it takes 150 paddler and can travel at just over 20 knots or 50k quite staggering to imagine that. We were then dropped of back at the wharf and headed out for the hole in the rock tour, ...