Anton & Mary'S Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... road and is very quiet and peaceful. The beach itself has white sand and at night the only sound is the crashing of the waves.We slept in one of the caravans and ate outside and really enjoyed being in such peaceful surroundings.
The next day the weather was slightly overcast which was great for us as we wanted to do a walk in preparation for the Tongariro Crossing. There was a local walk through the bush ...
... the ferry to Te Kouma (near Coromandel) then rode up the west coast of the ...
... host danny grows a native fruit called the Fijoa and makes various alcoholic drinks out of it. Once we bought some drink and ate in the restaurant we could stay for free which was great as we were finding free camping scarce around the peninsula. The whole place was an experience, Danny spoke a hundred miles an hour about various subjects but the Fijoan cider and the wood fired oven pizzas were delicious.
Tomorrow is my last official day of student teaching. I cannot believe that this experience has flown by this quickly. I truly cannot express the amount that I have learned and gained from being able to be here.
Last weekend was Millersville and St. Cloud's (Meghan's university) graduation. The staff at Thames knew that we would be missing the opportunity to walk, so they put together a surprise. Walking down ...
... up from beneath the sand. Note, both get very busy, so it's a bit of a fight for that picture-postcard snap, or a potentially lucrative digging site on the beach, but when you're surrounded by strangers all frantically digging before the next wave strikes, it all becomes part of the fun. And so after a few days living life as a pair of beach-bums, it was time to return to the big smoke, or should that read big volcanic steam vent... Phil and Mups ...