Alfa Boutique Motel

Address: 76 Seaview Road, Paihia, Bay of Islands, North Island, New Zealand | Motel
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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

    ... most stubborn causing problems, and it was comforting to see them misbehave for Roger too. Fuzzy continued to behave well although has a habit of tail swishing, fine when not covered in God knows what!!!! We put the Bulls with the cows this week, AB finished at the end of last week and so the Bulls are there for any cows which had not come into season, or those which failed to get pregnant through AB. The Bulls caused some interesting moments, with one jumping fences ...

    Cape Reinga

    A travel blog entry by travellingyak on Oct 22, 2014

    8 photos

    An early start saw us on our way north. The sky was overcast, gradually becoming darker, as we drove for about 3 hours to Cape Reinga, the point where the Tasman Sea joins the Pacific Ocean at the tip of the North Island. The rain has set in in earnest by the time we arrive, but we are determined to see what we have come for. The walk down to the lighthouse, whilst steep, is on a well maintained paved track, but not a thing can be seen ...

    Bay of Islands And Northland

    A travel blog entry by lilianbrett on Apr 09, 2014

    9 photos

    ... no swanky queenslander 4wds here. At the top end of the beach are the huge dunes at te pale stream where we spent an hour sandsuring on boogie boards. Thanks to my trip to Morton at NYE I was a pro and went further than everyone except some daredevil 60 year old dad who was loving life. After dune surfing we spent Lunch in Tapataputa bay before heading up to Cape Reinga where the Pacific Ocean and Tasman sea collide. On our way home we stopped in mangonui for ...

    Going up north

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Mar 30, 2014

    8 photos

    ... the Maori chiefs ceded sovereignty to Britain. In the Maori version, they did not. They are still discussing it today. However what it did succeed in doing was in recognising the Maori's land rights and in recognising the Maori as British subjects. Having said that the land rights have not always been respected. While we were there we saw a huge canoe which the Queen had seen when she had visited and she had apparently asked to be ...

    The top of the bottom of the world...

    A travel blog entry by lilyloves on Jan 05, 2014

    8 photos

    ... but not so much climbing them! The grown-up was worn out after two climbs, but did well speeding down them.

    We carried on the drive through the countryside, which could have easily have been England; very green and lush, with lots of trees, cows and sheep. When we arrived at Cape Reinga, the mist appeared, so the views weren't as great but we still saw where the Tasman Sea and Pacific Ocean meets. It was still a wonderful sight and one not to be missed.
    The ...