Allure Lodge Paihia

Address: 8 Sullivans Road, Paihia, Bay of Islands, North Island, 252, New Zealand | Lodge
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    Travel Blogs from Paihia

    Happy farming in Dargaville and the Bay of Islands

    A travel blog entry by kstyan on Oct 24, 2014

    21 photos

    ... 3 (2 of which behaved) it was so difficult. I also fed the baby calves a couple of times, having to move them, not difficult because they are still milk fed, the older calves however were a bit more tricky, with no incentive to move field, and a bit more wise to the fields, Jed and us they were a pain. Prize for the most difficult cows goes to the beef cows though. Each year R and B raise a few "freezer beasts" for the family and sell a few on to others. These cows ...

    Cape Reinga

    A travel blog entry by travellingyak on Oct 22, 2014

    8 photos

    ... is well documented. Very wet and bedraggled, we return to the car, and turn for home, but not before we check out the giant sand dunes of the Ninety Mile Beach. Sand boarding is a popular activity on the dunes, but there are no takers today. Driving back we soon run out of the poor weather conditions and once again enjoy the sights of pastures, pine forests, and coastal scenery to which has become the norm, since our arrival in the ...

    Bay of Islands And Northland

    A travel blog entry by lilianbrett on Apr 09, 2014

    9 photos

    ... thought dolphins were so big the ones we saw were bottle nose and massive clearly they've been to Mongonui eating fish and chips too. Next we headed to the "hole in the rock" which is basically an arch which has broken off from an island. All the old people were loving it. It was cool but I've seen a lot of erosional features in my time still not as nice as Durdle Door although I have to admit it was a bit of fun going through it. After our trip through the hole in ...

    Going up north

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Mar 30, 2014

    8 photos

    ... is a flagstaff still today and a very good view of the surrounding bay and land. It is famous as the site where one of the Maori chiefs cut down the flagstaff bearing the British flag, four times in the mid 1800s. He had been an early signatory to then treaty but he believed (probably rightly) that the British had not abided by the treaty. The British re-erected the flag pole on three occasions but the fourth attack on it lead to ...

    Waitangi, Paihia, Russel... Wow!

    A travel blog entry by lindaandchris on Jan 03, 2014

    28 photos

    ... a good job of explaining some of the complexities about the historical relationships between Maori and Pakeha here in New Zealand. It was a very interesting tour, and included some historical and more contemporary buidings, as well as a very large ceremonial waka (canoe) that is sailed each year on Waitangi Day.

    After our excellent tour, we headed into Paihia to have a look around. We went to the local artisan's market and, after picking up a small Thai ...