Discovery Settlers Hotel
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- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Discovery Settlers Hotel Whangarei
Travel Blogs from Whangarei
... games I'm sure. The fellow told us bout the local mountain that people walk and run up so we wandered around re corner to stretch our legs. I could not contain myself and challenged the mountain. I ran up and down it in 36 minutes while in long pants and a base layer on top - sort of hot. Caleb and Christine spent time at the park at the base of the mountain. Only one night here en route to the northern part of the ...
... phone to take a picture of inside the cubicle, with it's tiled design and coloured glass. Two things I hadn't thought about, firstly that taking a picture inside a cubicle doesn't allow you to get much into the picture, there's only so far you can move back, secondly I had forgotten that the flash was on, so when I discretely took the picture it lit up the whole of the toilet. I'm not sure what other people thought when they saw a flash going ...
... does every camper adventure begin? The supermarket. It took us about another hour to get our camper stocked up with everything we think we’d need for the next few days. As well as stocking up on food we did also got some free kitchen knives just for attending a ‘product demonstration’, why not?.
Once on the road we had to navigate our way through Auckland with the help of a Sat Nav and ...
... in a motorhome, we are parked at no.1 position in the queue and can have a brew! By the time the ferry arrived at 12 noon another 2 Kea Motorhomes have turned up and a number of cars plus a coach which doesn't get on the ferry as it is full. We continue the journey and after a while spot some large sand dunes and are tempted to rent some surf boards and do a little more sand surfing but discovered the dunes ...
... in the nocturnal room, but also saw a real life dinosaur (a Tuatara - small lizard-like thing) and a dead one (skeletons of Moas, massive Emu-like birds which died out over 500 years ago), before hitting the skating rink down on the quayside and having a slap up meal at Reva’s and a Jacuzzi back at the hotel.
It was certainly a birthday and Christmas to remember. Thanks ...