Arches Retreat - Ridgeland Farm Whangarei

Address: 400 Owhiwa Road, Whangarei, North Island, 0192, New Zealand | Villa
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This villa, located on 400 Owhiwa Road, Whangarei, is near Whangarei Falls.
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      Northland - The East Coast - Whangarei

      A travel blog entry by tourdemark on Dec 31, 2014

      8 photos

      ... and then to take a swim with them in the slightly cool but tolerable water. When I first entered the water and started swimming away from the boat, I had two curious critters come up to check me about. They were about a metre away from me! The tour went on for several hours and we got back in the water again to swim with a different pod of dolphins. But the definite highlight for me was that first encounter with those two dolphins who came so close.

      Welcome to the family Janette

      A travel blog entry by fra_roz on Dec 13, 2014

      27 photos

      ... br> Nous sommes alles a Whangarei Heads, puis nous sommes arretes a nouveau par Parua Bay au retour, pour un bon dejeuner a la taverne - vue imprenable ici aussi, malgre le mauvais temps. Quand nos estomacs sont pleins, nous nous dirigerons vers le Nord, vers Doubtless Bay, ou nous allons rester quelques nuits.

      Nous avons nomme notre nouvelle petite voiture 'Janette' apres sa proprietaire Janine. C'est une Toyota ...

      Where are we again? Whangarei!

      A travel blog entry by kerrynjones on Jun 29, 2014

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... welcome home or something much more terrifying) was not for me but for a football team that had arrived home, nonetheless it made the arriving rather special. What was also special was that Wendy was there to greet me. Hooray, I might be able to blog but I forgot to organise my phone so I could make a phone call when I got here if required. We ...

      Tui and Ching

      A travel blog entry by mikewalkabout on Mar 02, 2014

      3 photos

      ... to know more about it anyway. Tui's eyes lit up when I showed it to her. She said she thought it's not an adze but a Patu Muka for pounding Flax, she said it was very old. We spent the evening chatting they are lovely people and so hospitable,it was interesting to get an little more insight in to Maori culture. Having spent a rather uncomfortable night on a mattress on the floor I awoke with a rather stiff back. I don't think Lil ...

      I've got a picture of you in my phone

      A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jan 23, 2014

      4 photos

      ... through the rocks is worth it. Lights off, as two fellow cavers suggested, and there was the glow from the worms. Who aren't worms, but fly larvae, but never mind all that. Stunning. They glow brighter as they get hungrier-they seemed mid digestion to me, but the look is fabulous, very like looking up at the stars, though with a greenish tinge. There was now no one with me to say 'ah, but when you've seen the stars from the salt flats of Bolivia...', or 'Waitomo is grander' so I just ...