Aloha Seaview Resort Motel

Address: 36 Seaview Rd., Paihia, Bay of Islands, North Island, New Zealand | Motel
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      Travel Blogs from Paihia

      Peace and Quiet - New Years in Paihia

      A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Dec 31, 2014

      14 photos

      ... from Paihia. The clouds were still threatening but regardless, we set off on our merry way. Russell is a tiny settlement with a population of around 800. Now, in the sunshine, I’m sure it would be stunning, but on a grey, cloudy day, it really wasn’t all that much to write home about. We wandered round the streets, admired an old church and had a rather tasty croissant and smoothie from a place called 'Hell-hole.’ On researching this later, I realised this ...

      Bay of Islands

      A travel blog entry by lizandgazwalker on Nov 28, 2014

      ... way down, did a spectular roll which drove dred into the hearts of all the young ones waiting their turn. the old lady took a spill, but they were impressed with my recovery. I was finding sand in most unusual places for days.
      While in Paihia two cruise ships came into port and the town literally exploded. Out came the markets and the whole town transformed from a sleepy village to a hive of ...

      Our Journey to the Bay of Islands

      A travel blog entry by sarahbrown on Nov 13, 2014

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... back of the boat 3 times. The person who hit the duck the most win a free drink. I did not hit the duck. Once we had all had a go at shooting the duck, we then all had a go at fishing from the back of the boat. I did not catch a fish. While we were fishing the crew were cooking our tea on the BBQ. Luckily they weren't relying on us to catch our dinner! They laid it all out on the bar and once we had served ourselves we all sat on a really long picnic ...

      The New Adventure

      A travel blog entry by handytravels on Apr 04, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      ... trails we headed back to the toadster (one of these nicknames might stick) and continued forward, stopping at a breath taking view of Hokianga harbour, before hopping onwards to Paihia where we spent the night. It turned out to be quite a unique night for us, being the temperatures dropped and for the first time in a long time, we were actually cold! Our return to England will not bode well for us…
      The next morning we thawed out and ...

      Just an amazing day and toilets too!

      A travel blog entry by john-and-anne on Mar 23, 2014

      3 comments, 8 photos

      ... grows, glows to attract food and creates a sticky thread that hangs down from it like fly paper. It eventually changes into a fly. A fly with no mouth, so within a few days it needs to find a mate and lay clusters of eggs before it dies. ( we weren't allowed to take photos in the cave, only outside it).

      We came out of the cave having to bend low under hanging rock. We'd had to shout duck or head banger down the line a ...