Aloha Seaview Resort Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAloha Seaview Resort Motel Paihia
A very peaceful motel with extra amenities for the whole family including a pool, hot tub , picnic area with a view.
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Feb 26th Paihia Bay of Islands
We spent the morning cruising the Bay of Islands. There are about 140 islands of all sizes. Most are lush with vegetation, some just sheer rocks, black rocks. Lots of pleasure crafts just anchored in the different smaller bays. The highlight of the cruise called Dolphin Cruise was of course seeing a pod of bottled …
Feb. 25th paideia Bay of Islands North Island
Today we spent practically driving all day. I certainly don't complain because the scenery constantly change from mountains to rolling hills to sea shore to oh so green everywhere and lots and lots of farms. Yo have to love driving and to love NZ . Moshe doesn't mind driving but he misses his cruise …
... town. You could probably pass through all the little towns in New Zealand on a Sunday and genuinely believe that no one lives there. They are like ghost towns. Obviously the cities are different well Auckland and Wellington. Even New Plymouth could of had a tumble weed roll on by on a Sunday. It's a very strange sight. We had breakfast at the Marina and set off to cover more ground towards the north. Matty was determined he wanted to find a nice beach and have a swim. We had a ...
... lesson, always be early as they don't wait. We then learnt we were off north of the island to Paihia, otherwise known as the Bay of Islands. We had no idea where we were going or the route, we kind of felt we had been chucked in the deep end, however, we knew we would get the grasp of it soon enough, hence having the attitude of just going along with whatever they said today in terms of accomendation etc.
The flow of the kiwi experience seems to ...
... situation so Winston Peter's father paid for the footbridge to be built. It is the longest footbridge in the Southern Hemisphere.
The bridge is the width of three planks of wood and handrails across its entire 395 metre span - and joins the South and North Whananaki's together. The first bridge began construction in 1947 and was built on manuka piles. The present bridge replaced the origional one about 20 years after it was built.