Quality Hotel Oceans Tutukaka

Address: Marina Dr, Tutukaka, Northland, North Island, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
 
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Hotel Oceans Tutukaka

      Reviewed by dianadoone

      Non harbour view room

      Reviewed Sep 7, 2013
      by (1 review) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Great value at 99 dollars, there was little point in paying another 50 dollars for harbour side for one night when it gets dark at 6.00 pm. Room was very spacious, with a large bed and a good shower. With the sun out on that side late into the day it was also very warm, I suspect the other side would have cooled down much quicker.

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      Travel Blogs from Tutukaka

      Relaxation time

      A travel blog entry by shealy on Feb 14, 2014

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      Das Land der Kiwis

      A travel blog entry by judith_michi on Feb 02, 2014

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      ... gibt es Bier und Wein auch im Supermarkt zu kaufen, was aber auch zu komischen Situationen führen kann: Alkohol darf zwar ab 18 konsumiert werden, aber die Verkäufer sind berechtigt, nach einem Ausweis zu fragen, sofern man unter 25 aussieht. Nun glaubt zwar (leider) niemand mehr, dass Michi so jung wäre, bei Judith war das aber einige Male anders, so gut erhalten, hach! Problem für uns war nur, dass bei Ausländern lediglich der Reisepass als Ausweis akzeptiert wird, und, nachdem ...

      Discovering a Maori Pa

      A travel blog entry by journeyer on Dec 29, 2013

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      ... got out and walked on the grass path, eventually we came upon the "Forest Track" and took it. We kept going up and up – and up and up some more. We were wondering to ourselves why we didn’t put on our hiking boots – oh, well next time. We had not realized at some point we got off the Forest Track and were on top of the highest hill on Tahi and we had discovered the site of ...

      Hobbits!

      A travel blog entry by sallymead on Dec 20, 2013

      An early start saw us leave the Cosy Cottage just after 8am (early for us!) and head for the thermal wonderland (their description, not ours) of Wai-O-Tapu. An hour's stroll around the park saw some fantastic coloured thermal pools and some not so nice coloured mud pools. Then we dashed off to the Lady Knox Geyser which is triggered to erupt every morning (for the past 80 years!) at 10:15am. It sounds a little fake but they actually put some soap like substance in it which induces ...

      Sailing the Bay of Islands

      A travel blog entry by legoodtimesroll on Dec 07, 2013

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      We left early to walk into Paihia along the coast. The path was not walkable at high tide so Graham made sure we left very early. We were going out on an 80 foot maxi racing yacht called Lion New Zealand. It was an ex Whitbread Round the World racing yacht and had won the Sydney to Hobart race some years ago, anyway it was very large and very fast. The morning was a bit dull when we arrived in Paihia, the 2 cruise ships were unloading their passengers into the town and ...