Allure Lodge Paihia

Address: 8 Sullivans Road, Paihia, Bay of Islands, North Island, 252, New Zealand | Lodge
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      Bay of Islands: looking for Dolphins

      A travel blog entry by cooperne on Dec 03, 2014

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      ... pod of orca whales that we found instead! Amazing! (Being that Orcas are the top of the food chain, the dolphins stay away. ) This pod of 7-9 Orcas made up of males, females and babies. We were so close to them that at one point Neil could have reached out the boat and touched one of them. What a great learning opportunity for the girls. We have many ...

      Happy farming in Dargaville and the Bay of Islands

      A travel blog entry by kstyan on Oct 24, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Going up north

      A travel blog entry by suebar on Mar 30, 2014

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      ... commentary about the places we were passing for almost the entire journey. Much of it was interesting, thank goodness. Our first stop was at the Parry Kauri Park to see to huge kauri trees. Kauri trees grow in the northern part of NZ and are very tall with branches beginning high up the trunk. They were therefore ideal for making into the hulls of canoes. The largest kauri tree, although we did not see it, is some 16 metres in girth ...

      Beautiful Bay of Islands

      A travel blog entry by didcarl on Mar 29, 2014

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      ... great. They we so close that you often had to duck your head just to get past. The section with glow worms was great. It felt like they were so close that you could touch them. Out the other side, you continued on a bush walk, up and over the cave, and back to the start. We then were back on the bus, and headed back to Paihia, with a short stop at the ??? toilets. Back at Paihia, and after seeing the helicopter land and take off a number of times, we decided ...

      I throw a mean axe!

      A travel blog entry by emma-may-white on Mar 23, 2014

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      ... to look forward to Im sure :D! Good bye for now little rice bag! Myself and Rachel spent a day kayaking down the rapids exploring and working up to the fab jet boat ride back up the rapids! So much fun and it made all the paddling worth it! That evening In stark contrast we has the lodge to ourselves so we sat with a roaring fire, Pink Floyd and a glass of wine reading our books and practising our axe throwing skills! Day three we walked to the ...