37 The Landing Motel

Address: 37 Landing Road, Whakatane, Bay of Plenty, North Island, 3120, New Zealand | Motel
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This motel, located on 37 Landing Road, Whakatane, is near Ohope Beach, Whale Island Tours - Swim With Dolphins, and Whale and Dolphin Watch.
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Travel Blogs from Whakatane

Day 60 - Gisborne to Whakatane (116 miles)

A travel blog entry by dewdsontour on Mar 16, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... great expectations for tomorrow. That was until we spoke to the lady in reception, who described how the storm was going South causing all sorts of problems and another was tracking in from Fiji to hit in the next day or so! We had a short walk into town but a holiday town in the rain on a wet Sunday afternoon just out of season is not shown in its best light, or so I like to think. Think the sunscreen was over optimistic ...

Day 32 Whakatane

A travel blog entry by stuartandsue on Feb 24, 2014

6 photos

... and a dip in the pool. Long walk down by the river where people were racing canoes. Instead of car parking at your door, the motel has a courtyard with BBQ, tables and benches. We have a BBQ steak and salad and joined by a couple from Devon, a lad settled in NZ originally from Manchester (United side) and a Aussie from Australia!!! A good night was had by all. I like Whakatane and the motel. Not much to write about but a good restful ...

Kawerau Thermal Motel

A travel blog entry by edsutch on Jan 04, 2014

5 photos

... of people around the area. After driving 10 minutes away from Rotorua and seeing nobody we arrived at the lake, cars and people all over! We drove around to the far side of the lake where it was slightly quieter, still a load of people around but the small beach area actually had some room for us to sit. The water was cold but we still went in, once you were in then it became bareable and you had to stay under the water to keep the breeze of your shoulders. We spent a good ...

East Cape - Te Kaha to Whakatane

A travel blog entry by dianadoone on Jul 21, 2013

2 photos

... a moose kill in Alaska he had been successful at in the 1980's. The day was warm and sunny again and we lunched on the Ohope spit overlooking the river mouth. We found a motel near the harbour area in Whakatane and wandered along the harbour edge watching the incoming fishing boats, a very sunny and picturesque spot facing north and catching the last of the sun's rays across the ...

Bay of Plenty

A travel blog entry by jessicalewin on Apr 03, 2013

... and fascinating. Every face is different, and every shape and pattern symbolises something. For example, the shapes carved (or tattooed) onto the face tells the ancestral history of that individual: the patterns on the forehead shows that the person came from the elements of the earth; the cheeks shows the person's ancestry; the chin displays their personality; and the nose shows that they were born from the breath of life. Even the locations of the carvings ...