Paihia Beach Resort & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... been set up to further encourage artists in the area, he was clearly an artistic inspiration for this colourful town where Art and colour is everywhere during his lifetime. Kawakawa is also the home of Gabriel the Steam Engine and various carriages. They go a run, half way to the Bay of Islands (due to only half of the route being repaired, so far), on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Public ...
First activity! Today we went on the boat trip around the bay of islands, amazing views and we spotted a wild dolphin! Didn't get the chance to swim with him, but to be honest it would've been too chilly anyway! Saw the hole in the rock and the boat even managed to squeeze through it which was impressive. We got off at one of the many strangely named islands and had a little explore. I think it was ...
After 2 full days on a bus and ferry we had come to our last part of our trip - a 3 day trip north of Auckland to Paihia & Cape Regina. It is known as the Winterless north so we were excited for a little bit of heat compared to wearing about 3 layers everyday! Unfortunately though after nearly 2 hours of driving north in the rain, with very strong winds, we had to turn back. Bad storms had flooded the Main Highway and the police ...
... the town of Paihia, (very much a retiree’s paradise, particularly if they own a boat) stopping first at the nearby Haruru falls. The falls weren’t the most impressive we’ve seen, pleasant none the less, but nothing to really shout home about. What we enjoyed more was the unusual group of chickens that seemed to reside in the car park, particularly the one that thought Hans leg was a bit of corn for her to peck. Andy even saw ...
... and Sophie, both from Northampton. We went for a civilised drink in a bar with some guys and the girls before splitting off to head for the costal walks surrounding. We went for the shortest walk up to a high viewpoint that was definitely more strenuous than we had anticipated it to be! With all four of us thankful to reach the top. The view was worth it and we sat relaxing and working out how long ...