Yha Ahipara

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

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

A travel blog entry by mattandliz on Aug 04, 2014

14 photos

... 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 ...

Sandtrails, Yaka and Realization

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jan 06, 2014

32 photos

... to ourselves. We sat at the Cathedral Grove in silence and listened…and listened. By the time we made it to Yaka, we felt we had completed a pilgrimage. Wow. My heart is wide open! I breathe deeply and let the air infuse into my body. I feel so alive.

We returned to Signal Point just in time to set up my camera equipment for sunset shooting while Harvey listened to a math lecture ...

Day 136 - Ahipara - Killed a Kiwi

A travel blog entry by neensandpete on Dec 21, 2013

1 comment, 17 photos

... ring portable gas stove and mini fridge all in the boot and hence if you want to cook you have to open the boot and cook standing outside. After arguing with the bloke who worked there (who tried to palm us off with us an older model which had even less room) we finally got on our way. We decided to give the camper a name as she is with us for 6 weeks, and settled on Lucy (as in Jucy Lucy). Ironically we keep forgetting that we have to go back to driving on the ...

Presents, Painting and Protest

A travel blog entry by sheelaghmaureen on Nov 23, 2013

4 comments, 12 photos

Today was the last morning that Sheelagh could shake Mani's tree to get her grapefruit for breakfast. Maureen was skyping her niece at the time and her niece's husband commented, "I shook some snow off the tree for my breakfast!" Painting next. Vicki had had a message to say that Greenpeace had called for people to protest against the oil drilling on the west coast. Groups were going to gather on beaches all along the west coast of the North Island. So we started painting ...

Empty beaches, forest camping and surf

A travel blog entry by shengandbine on Nov 22, 2013


... in the north, next to ninety mile beach. The name says it, the entire west coast of the northern part is one big beach. Ninety miles long. People go over it by car...and regularly get stuck as well. No worries, we didn't. Today we continued back in the southern direction to Ahipara. This place is known for it's surf and it's "left point break". Too bad there wasn't much of a swell so we ended up playing with a big board in the tiny waves. I ...