Flames International Hotel

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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    Travel Blogs from Whangarei

    A rest for the weary

    A travel blog entry by toddlerontour on May 22, 2014

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... trepidation and definately-will-do-that-if-its-an-adven ture. short drive through fields to caves. should-we shouldn't-we? will chloe like it? walking boots on. head torch on. off to caves. in caves - dark, wet, echoing water dripping off stalactites. overwhelming darkness. little old headtorch not penetrating total black of caves. fear. chloe quiet. must-carry-on. climbing one way, water too deep. try other way. too dark, ...

    What no fish!

    A travel blog entry by mikewalkabout on Mar 01, 2014

    9 photos

    ... it almost looked pretty all lit up at night. The next morning I met Alan whilst we had bacon butties for breakfast. I mention the total lack of fishing so far on my northland fishing trip. He suggested trying the beach just at the back of their house in the bay. So I went down with my rod leaving Lil to catch up with her cousin. I got a bite every cast and landed two good keepers over the 27cm minimum. I would take those to our next port of call after ...

    I've got a picture of you in my phone

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jan 23, 2014

    4 photos

    ... relaxed and tucked the iPod away. I sat in the sun for a moment, feeling alone in "little earth' as the next door backpackers is named, surely in testament to the scenery. I had just opened my mouth to sing when a group of four passed me with a hello. Before wandering on to comment on the loon with his mouth wide open, no doubt. Caves and glownotheyrenotworms seen, I continued along the road into town. Quite a walk, but the scenery was spectacular, with the caves up high, hills dropped ...

    Sandboarding, scenery and snapshots

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jan 22, 2014

    5 photos

    ... 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 my caption for any tree ...

    Christmas!

    A travel blog entry by edsutch on Dec 25, 2013

    28 photos

    ... for a couple more. Next... Apart from food over Xmas (which is coming up) Ed didn't write down anything else we ate with these guys except for tonight's dinner, it's pretty simple meal but it just tasted so good. All it was, a bowl of mince that had a bit brown sugar in to sweeten it, then some bread cut into squares chucked on top and the bread just went into softer croutons. A bit more tv for us, a cup of tea then an early night to get ready for a busy few days. Christmas ...