Motel Kerigold Secluded Chalets
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... story there is, so if you think that story is stupid but think Noah's arc actually happened...Eat me. I'm a big fan of their religion. You can actually see their version of Jesus and it's in the form of the most massive ******* tree you'll ever see. Pics don't do it justice in the slightest. We stared at it for like 20 minutes just like ****...that's big. That pretty well concluded what was the best weekend I've had here. Nature by day and homemade booze by night is a recipe for a phenomenal ...
... Forest. Over 18kms of very thick forest af mixed vegetation but famous for it's Kauri trees. Tane Mahuta (God of the Forest) is 17.68 metres high with a girth of 13.77metres, the largest known living kauri tree. An interesting day with many sights. A 200 km drive on a road with more bends and hairpins than I have encountered before. Keeps the mind focussed. ...
... the best I've seen. I can now see why they call it the bay of islands as there was so many little islands, some with just a point of the water, contrasting that to the blueness of the water, it was amazing. You could see the bay where we had cruised in and the beach too. Pretty cool. The beach wasn't the best beach, quite shinglely but the water was so salty that you basically didn't have to do anything to be able to float so we all just lay there watching the few clouds there was go by. ...
... Whatuwhiwhi ( Fatufifi). In Whatuwhiwhi we stayed at a top 10 which was great! This is when the hot showers work and everything is so clean!! The Matauri detour is well worth it!!
The next day we made our way to Cape Reinga. We stopped at Awanui which is the gateway to the upper north! The local Suparette run by a delightful Indian family had everything from sardines to wine!! Then onto the ...
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From Paihia we took a few jaunts to Kerikeri to visit the chocolate factory, to Cape Reinga and Ninety Mile Beach, a gum diggers park, to the hole in the rock and a cruise around Bay of Islands.
Highlights for us were seeing seals on Ninety Mile beach and the cruise, the stunning views from the lighthouse at Cape Reinga as well as seeing the fingers of each ocean intermingling ...