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 And Northland

A travel blog entry by lilianbrett


... abit a drowned rat looking version. After my Kayak I dried off and had a final wander around the town before catching my bus back to Auckland. As I checked into the hostel around 9.30pm I was expecting a quiet night although once I got to my room I was greeted with cheering from about 20 Germans and a group of Icelandic girls. I was promptly told my only option was to get changed drink as much cheep wine as possible and join them on a night out. I could hardly ...

Happy Birthday Laura H.......Sweet As!

A travel blog entry by ouradventure14


... from this place was amazing, breathtaking, stunning, you get the picture! We had booked a treat of a place for the birthday and enjoyed our jacuzzi on the balcony with champagne to celebrate in style! Looking up at the stars we then realised an orange star (turns out this is mars!) We then turned the lights off and saw the most amazing night sky with the milky way as a feature, clear as anything with millions ...

Northland to northland

A travel blog entry by jagosperring


... Sadly I didn't get any but I did win the match. In the the afternoon we played some games and watched the phoenix. Later we went to the shippies which was a restaurant and a ship. I had a burger and chips. After we had dinner we felt the jazz vibrating under us it was so loud. When we got home we realised we had eaten too much ...


A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... 8211; some 25-30m or so!) We explore for a short while, seeing the local lighthouse amongst other things, then head back. We stop off at Urupukapuka Island for an hour or so, before jumping back on the boat and heading home. The boat stops over in Russell on the way, so we decide to stop off there for a quick look before getting the ferry back to Paihia. Russell was home to probably the first European settlement in New Zealand – and was site of the ...


A travel blog entry by groteboze


Paihia is the gateway to the whole 'bay of islands' region and we made use of that by booking a sightseeing/swiming tour, in which we got around by boat, looking for dolphins all over the area. We hit the jackpot immediately: at the first location they could be, we found 3 dolphins, happily playing about.

The crew mentioned that dolphins are attracted by humans if they are interesting to ...

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