Flames International Hotel

Address: Waverly St., Onerahi, Whangarei, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Waverly St., Onerahi, Whangarei, is near Poor Knights Island Marine Reserve.
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      Sitting on the dock of the bay

      A travel blog entry by wattsy on Nov 23, 2014

      12 photos

      ... over when the wind blows, but of course it doesn't, and we gently sail around the bay. They serve drinks and nibbles, which I suspect is something they didn't have on the sailings for the original settlers, but its welcome and adds to what was an enjoyable experience.

      Back on dry land, we hopped back into the camper, bid farewell to Paihia and the Bay of Islands and drove south to spend the night in the city (large town by our standards) of ...

      Huge boulders & trees

      A travel blog entry by haddons on Oct 12, 2014

      2 comments, 3 photos

      ... for the night walk. There were only 4 of us with the 2 lovely Maori lady guides who blessed and chanted us through the forest "introducing" us to the Kauri giants. Standing in front of the massive king of the forest listening to the kiwi calling and seeing the stars twinkling through the branches high above us was a moment that we'll not forget ...

      Fantastic Whangarei

      A travel blog entry by alexanderdrury on Apr 16, 2014

      ... why these Islands were given the name Poor Knights. Actually, so is everyone else. Although it is known that Captain Cook named the Islands, no-one knows why he chose this name. One theory is that from a distance the three islands resemble a knight lay down with a shield across his chest. Another is that when the trees flower red the islands resemble Poor Knights pudding, namely rotting green bread smeared with a red jam to try to mask the taste.


      Whangarei to Mangawhai

      A travel blog entry by dawn.turner.1 on Mar 25, 2014

      6 photos

      A lovely meal at the marina last night after which we said goodbye to Lesley who was back at work today. Hopefully we will see her again on another trip.

      After a great night's sleep we were refreshed and off on our travels again at 8.30. The road out of Whangarei was deemed too busy for us to ride on so the bus deposited us after 11km and we were ...

      Sandboarding, scenery and snapshots

      A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jan 22, 2014

      5 photos

      ... for the queen's visit, cost $1,000,000. The whole thing is under 400m long, but Queenie wandered in a few metres, pronounced herself satisfied, posed for photos and was off. According to the stories, even the photos didn't come out so well, with the queen in front of enough of the sign to make it 'Mangina', considered rude enough to leave the pics on the cutting room floor.

      We entertained ourselves by taking more pictures for my "Tree!" collection, that being ...