Fitzroy Beach Motel

Address: 25 Beach Street, New Plymouth, North Island, 4312 , New Zealand | Motel
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This motel, located on 25 Beach Street, New Plymouth, is near Pukekura Park, Mt.Egmont, Puke Ariki, and Back Beach.
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      Christmas in Taranaki

      A travel blog entry by suzieq88 on Dec 25, 2014

      24 photos

      ... Patea that we could see Taranaki’s most famous tourist attraction, Mount Egmont. At over 2500 metres, it is hugely popular with hikers and climbers alike. It has even provided the movie backdrop to the film, The Last Samuari thanks to the mountain’s uncanny resemblance to Mount Fiji in Japan.

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      San Francisco day one.

      A travel blog entry by jeffkimlucas on Oct 22, 2014

      ... a little obsessed with tradition, need to get rid of their one cent pieces! Went to the Ice hockey match Washington capitals vs Calgary Flames. They LOST. 4 -3 in extra time. Violent game with only one rule and we assume it was an off side rule although don't know for sure. Passionate crowd and enthusiastic comperes. Would have been horrible being opposition, they are completely ignored even when they score! Best team won we think. Great we could walk to and from Verizon centre ...

      Dub, Dub, Dub…

      A travel blog entry by gatogo on Apr 04, 2014

      14 comments, 9 photos

      ... to get back to the boat and hope that he has internet access in order to do a Skype interview with a panel of four nurse practitioners at the Whangarei Hospital in New Zealand's North Island. Actually, he wasn’t late, but we thought that would add some excitement to the story. The interview went very well and the following day Craig received an email stating that he had a job waiting for him whenever we arrived in New Zealand. The original ...

      Caves and Coves

      A travel blog entry by keith.robinson on Nov 17, 2013

      4 photos

      ... like insect. At only a few millimeters in length, the glowworms produce a blue-ish light that is used to attract their food - other insects. What the glowworms do is attach themselves to the damp ceiling of the caves and then produce a number of thin spider-web-like sticky strands beneath themselves. As they get hungry, the larvae produce the blue glow which serves to attract other insects, thereby trapping them in the feeding lines. Upon ...


      A travel blog entry by uschijochen on Nov 06, 2013

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... forecast, east coast, i.e. Napier still rainy for the next days, but the west coast with Mount Taranaki looks far better. Driving down the Forgotten World Highway was the right decision. Through the heart of the kings country, green, greener and maximum green. Sheeps, sheeps and even more sheeps, really an NZ experience, even it was still very rainy. Now we are at the foot of the Mount Taranaki and wait for tommorow. May be we can see it and approach ...