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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEdelweiss Motel Paihia
We stayed 3 nights there, because we liked it so much there. Very friendly people, they booked the tour for us, the motel is very good located, you can walk everywhere.
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Vroeg opstaan was deze ochtend geen probleem. Het zonnetje scheen hoog in de hemel, het was een goeie 20 graden, we hadden een boottrip in het vizier en de waarschijnlijkheid dat we vandaag enkele dolfijnen konden spotten. Motivatie = 100%
Rise and shine everyone, rise and shine!
Als ware optimisten, vertrokken we met onze …
Vandaag gaan we het Noorden van het Noordereiland wat verder verkennen. Vanuit Auckland recht naar boven dus!
Een autoritje van 3u30 voor de boeg met onderweg natuurlijk de nodige stops. We vertrokken van het principe "Als we iets moois zien, stoppen we, als we moeten plassen stoppen we, als we honger hebben stoppen we (wel een …
... 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 ...
... fishing while we ate our sandwiches. After lunch we headed up to Motukokako or Hole in the Rock which we sailed through! On the way back we stopped at a sheltered reef for some snorkelling from the boat. Weather was perfect all day as was the commentary from the skipper. We arrived back in time for a spa bath at 17.00 and are just heading out for fush ind chups as they say in these parts. Beautiful stars to end the ...
Yesterday, I took Ian the oboe's advice and stuck my head in the door of the Paihia tourist information centre to see what was on offer for the next day. Once we narrowed down my wants and needs, a day on the sail ship Ghunga II was suggested and then booked. The nice lady gave me strict instruction to be on the warf at 09:15 for collection. So after back to my tent I went, for a magnificent repast of noodles and a cup of tea! 05:30 ...