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TravelPod Member ReviewsBounty Motel Paihia
Helpful owners and the perfect set-up for exploring the bay of islands and self-catering.
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After the Day trip, we headed back towards Paihia, Bay of Islands. Staying in a wonderful Motel, Bounty Inn. It was getting late and what we saw of the town, it's extremely beautiful, situated between the mountains. We will explore further tomorrow.
Nath and I flew in from Sydney late in the day and caught a shuttle bus to downtown Auckland, checked into our hotel and then headed up to the Federal Street pedestrian strip for some share plates at Depot, apparently run by a famous NZ chef. There we enjoyed a glass of local wine and cider and the tasty food while people-watching under the iconic …
... to watch some of the cricket. The day I get to Sydney England are playing Afghanistan in there last pool match, tickets are only 20 dollars and mentioned it to dan so hopefully I'll have a chance of going to a game. Unfortunately the match against New Zealand in Wellington is sold out, and I will have been around Wellington at the time of the game. Decided to go for the cheaper caving option, which most of my friends were doing too. It was very serious caving, ...
... so varied. You go from cool and breezy fiordlands in the south, to tropical sandy islands in the north. It's quite amazing for such a small country. One of these gorgeous inlets is called the "Bay of Islands," where we stopped. The closest little town to the dock was Paihia, and from there, we took a ferry, at another passenger's urging, to Russell Island. Russell turned out to be a very ...
... I don't do hills well) very few coffee shops and just no atmosphere. We did take a trip up the Sky Tower, but not only do I not do hills neither do I do heights, but reluctantly we went up - a long way to the viewing platform in a glass bottomed lift. I don't recommend it - especially if you are with me. Got out at then 63rd floor, don't know how many metres up and don't care. Christine persuaded me to onto the lower walkway to take some pictures but ...