Top O'The Tide Motel

152 Marsden Road, Paihia, Bay of Islands, North Island, New Zealand | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Paihia

Bay of islands

A travel blog entry by emilyhitchcock on May 23, 2014

... blue water of the phi phi islands so I utilised this time and had a nap as I'm still catching up on the sleep I missed the first two days, the ones brave enough to go said it was far to cold to enjoy so I didn't miss anything! The cruise boat then docked up at an island for us to walk up to the top of the hill and get a great view. The steps absolutely killed me but the view of the islands was definitely worth it! Once back on the boat we all held ...

Playful dolphins

A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 01, 2014

8 photos

... where we had stayed the night three nights before. There were others on the minibus and we were the last ones off so we went round a lot of other hotels delivering others from the coach. Having got back to the hotel and checked in it was heading for 9:00 so we went to one of the restaurants in the hotel. Our meals tasted very good and were beautifully presented but the portions were tiny. Then at last, feeling very tired after three long days, we went to ...

Day 68 Russell

A travel blog entry by dewdsontour on Mar 24, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... us some good "tucker" when we returned to the ship. The winds are light but Captain Rob ordered the sails to be raised and next thing first mate Dewd (mrs) knows she is climbing the rigging with the turquoise blue sea rushing past below her! If that isn't brave enough I then get sent out on the bow split, follow by the other Dewd and find myself doing a "Kate Winslett", but a happier outcome to this ...

A great day out

A travel blog entry by scbcrwrw on Mar 13, 2014

9 photos

... life and overestimate the top I went. I couldn't even close my eyes - had to keep them open to see where I was going. I was digging my toes in the sand but seemed as if I had picked up speed - finally came to a spot at the bottom - could hardly get up off the board - my knees were shaking. Brian came down after me and for some reason almost at the bottom - he let go with one hand and tried to stop himself - he got a load of sand in his ...

Bay of islands

A travel blog entry by tashenry on Mar 03, 2014

After still feeling very full from the bbq the night before we headed out to the village of the bay of islands. We decided we would go for a run after not having done exercise for 10 days! This was very eventful as we tried to run the beautiful coastal path that we had heard great things about, this path was nowhere to be found! The run was great as we were able to explore more of the landscape and also burn off as many meals ...