Anton & Mary'S Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We arrived in Coromandel about 4:00pm absolutely buggered. We checked in to the Coromandel Top 10 holiday park and after unpacking our gear we wandered into town for a beautiful meal at Umu's Cafe Restaurant. Mmmm… salmon and veggies and washed down with feijoa and apple juice!
Tomorrow should be a little more eventful. We plan to checked 'Hot Water Beach', ...
... the jungle was 'interesting'. I can see why the SAS train out here. I made sure of some mountain top markers to ensure our safe return...my compass is still upside down in my head so it's fairly easy to head off on the wrong track. The ferns and native bush here is impenetrably thick. I feel a little sad this evening as I watch our last sunset here slide quietly under the hillside. Tomorrow we leave the wild places of New Zealand and head for the biggest city Auckland..for a ...
... years old and tried to catch some waves. This part of the peninsular is also famous for two natural wonders; Cathedral Cove and Hot Water Beach. The former is a beautiful beach reached by a 40min walk, with a gigantic stone arch which you can't drive a boat through, but which you can walk through at low tide. The latter, a beach where you can dig a hole at low tide and "bathe" in the naturally occurring (and flipping hot) water, ...
... at Tairua and we leave NZ for Oz tomorrow. We have had the most fantastic time here and the people could not have been more friendly. I know that I have mentioned the above locations on a previous blog, but we did all that in one day, en route to the Coromandel Peninsula over land. This time it was the real deal, by sea. Seeing things as Captain Cook, (that man again) may have. This is not goodbye to NZ but farewell.....see you again ...
Tues Dec 17
Today we drove from Devonport to Tairua which is on the Coromandel Penninsula. After checking into our lodging, we crossed the street and had mussels and fish and chips at Pepe for lunch among the dive-bombing seagulls. We headed back across the street and played in tidal flats. Ty and I played on a small island as the tide rushed in and made bets ...