Yha Ahipara

Address: 168 -170 Takahe St., Ahipara, North Island, 449, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 168 -170 Takahe St., Ahipara.
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Travel Blogs from Ahipara

Ahipara Motor Park

A travel blog entry by delclark on Oct 30, 2014

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... van, although the tip tropic box helps keep in the right gear for the bend/slope/sudden drop etc. very, very pretty, but as we have found before, very few places to stop for a viewpoint.
We had lunch in the old boathouse at Rawena, this jutted out into the river we had a pizza and coffee on the terrace overlooking the river. We then moved on toward the Waipoau Forest to see the the largest indigenous tree in New Zealand called the Kauri. ...

Chapter Nineteen - Touring the Northland

A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Oct 04, 2014

3 comments, 55 photos

... find so many duplicate names on OZ and NZ, such as KeriKeri and WallaWalla? It’s seems that both Aboriginal and Maori languages had no plural (an “s” an the end of a word), so place names in plural were indicated twice. So Keris would be KeriKeri and Wallas came out as Walla ...

Long day...lots of driving...top of New Zealand

A travel blog entry by mattandliz on Aug 04, 2014

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... back we stopped at 90 mile beach which is interesting given that they use kilometres. The drive to the beach saw us head off road down a logging track and that was good fun now that we have no liability on the van. The fridge is starting to be a pain and we've had to Sellotape it shut especially when the roads get bumpy like they are in Penarth. On arriving at the winery, we ...

The end of the world!

A travel blog entry by georgeadams1991 on May 18, 2014

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Caught the ferry across from Paihia to Russell, a small quaint town that reminded me of some of the villages in Cornwall. It claims to be the birthplace of New Zealand as it was the first colonials and Maoris that lived here. Shortly after the first Brits settled, they had all the sailors staying there which meant 50 liquor stores and numerous brothels were existed to cater to the men's needs! They were the days. We walked up to flagstaff hill, famous because it's where ...

Waipoua Forrest

A travel blog entry by mikewalkabout on Feb 27, 2014

7 photos

... tree. Again you can't help but stand and stare. Lil got quite emotional saying saying she hoped to visit here again, I'll come back to this at a later time. As just then the silence of the Forest was broken by a girl singing in Maori to the tree from behind us. It made the hair on my neck stand up and I had goosebumps . We moved closer to listen . It was a very touching and moving experience . It's incredible to think NZ was covered in Forrest's of these ...