Ala-Moana Motel

Address: 52 Marsden Road, Paihia, Bay of Islands, North Island, New Zealand | Motel
 
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    Travel Blogs from Paihia

    Heading north.

    A travel blog entry by charli9988 on May 16, 2015

    ... had been made by people venturing up there when they probably shouldn't. There was no grass left where the make shift path had been made it was just a mud track. Matty wS determined that this was the way so we headed up. It was really slippery. We had to hold on to trees, branches and tuffs of grass just to stop us sliding back down. I was sure this wasn't the way and asked if we should turn around. Surely there was a proper path way somewhere? As neither of us had expected ...

    Catching Snappers at the Bay of Islands

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Apr 16, 2015

    25 photos

    ... back of his property with a shower block which he let us use for $10. Luckily the kitchen door in the block had been left open so we quickly filled our water tank and put the kettle on for a takeaway tea – now that was a good value for money pitstop!

    Then it was time to drive back the way we came from Waitangi, passing Whangerei, Waipu, Wellsford and Warkworth again, only this time heading South to our final stop in New Zealand, ...

    Northland - Batten Down the Hatches...

    A travel blog entry by obrienml2004 on Mar 16, 2015

    7 photos

    ... worm feels their version of fishing line pull, they yank it up and eat. Now that’s using wits over energy. The more hungry the worm is, the brighter his light will shine to beat out his neighbours in attracting bugs.

    When our walking lights are turned off, they look like a delicate version of Christmas light
    netting, other patches resembling the Milky Way – ...

    The next train to water Loo

    A travel blog entry by stevecherylmoss on Feb 07, 2015

    5 photos

    ... of the bay of Islands when you come over the top of the mountains is pretty breathtaking, Steve saying "Wow" continuously expresses the feelings we had. It is said Captain Cook counted 144 islands, I'll not argue. The hotel room is lovely though no toaster or microwave so Steve will have to forgo his toast in the morning. Two cruise ships were in so the tiny front was I suspect busier than usual with the american tourists, I know cos I guessed the accent ! The reluctant ...

    All roads lead to Cape Reinga

    A travel blog entry by sarzmc on Jan 02, 2015

    102 photos

    ... took our breath away.

    We had a swim at the fantastic white-sand beach there, before continuing around the coast to Woolleys Bay where we ate our salad sandwiches overlooking the beach. We took a look at Whangaroa Harbour, a quiet, waterside hamlet, then rejoined the main road, heading northeast.

    The road wound close to the coast for quite a stretch, as we passed the lovely beaches of Doubtless Bay. We turned off the main road to explore the Karikari Peninsula ...