Bay of Islands Cottages

Address: 92A Te Wahapu Rd, Russell, Bay of Islands, North Island, 0272, New Zealand | Ranch
 
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      Last Few Days in The Bay!

      A travel blog entry by shellingtons on Nov 27, 2014

      5 comments, 17 photos

      ... we took the passenger ferry from Paihia to Russell which takes about 15 minutes. Russell was once known as “The Hell Hole of the Pacific” from the days of rowdy whalers and drunken sailors. Today it is a small town full of cafes, restaurants and accommodations. At one time Russell was the capital of New Zealand before it moved to Auckland. It is one of the oldest European settlements in New ...

      Playful dolphins

      A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 01, 2014

      8 photos

      ... ground floor and a little museum on the first floor. It is an historic building and stands neat to an even more historic building. It is the Mission House and is reputed to be the oldest building in NZ. We went to see round the Mission House and had to take off our shoes to walk inside it in order to protect the original wooden floors. It was interesting to see more of New Zealand's history. Then onto the third stop, a chocolate manufacturer also in ...

      Taipa Bay to Russell

      A travel blog entry by dawn.turner.1 on Mar 22, 2014

      8 photos

      ... Whangaroa Peninsula. It was lovely but a bit hillier than some of us had bargained for. The bus was waiting for those of us who wanted to opt out and the majority of us were taken to morning tea stop. It was only about 6km further but it was very hilly, we waited in the sunshine by the coast for Jonathan and David to join us.

      When they appeared and refuelled we set off again (they ...

      The cruise through the bay of islands

      A travel blog entry by belhorizon1 on Feb 16, 2014

      25 photos

      ... myself thinking 'and they allow people to swim there ?!' But apparently there is no record of orcas having attacked humans in the wild. 'Oh so that's alright then!'
      As we were going back to Paihia the captain announced she had seen something surfacing the water and had decided to do a little detour and head towards it. This time, it was not two orcas, but three ! And it was a family ! The young was between its parents.
      What a day ...

      Sneaky campers

      A travel blog entry by steffielou on Feb 12, 2014

      ... We finally got away and the girls were allowed to breathe again, but we decided to park as far away from the reception as possible and parked the car so that it would block us and the tent from view.
      We really didn't have much time before the sun properly set and we did end up cooking our dinner in the dark, it was just pasta so it wasn't too bad really.
      We sat in the tent for a bit playing cards but then I needed something out of my ...