Anton & Mary'S Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... of the Coromandel peninsula was very arduous and it took its toll on Nelson and on Timo's unnamed bike, the scenery and the feeling of accomplishment made it worth the cost.
Tomorrow I'll be cycling through the Karangahake Gorge and into the Bay of Plenty area.
... lolling in the hot pool!!
I have made a promise to Shirl - next time I am back we are going to spend an entire day here,
The pretty greenest one was the hottest one which you could not stay in for very long. It was 40 degrees.
Spent more time relaxing in Shirl ad Als glorious garden. a little piece of paradise. ...
... river below made for some lovely photographs. Ben got soaked getting as close as you possibly could to the base! Alan and Mal took us to Tutakaka, a beautiful quaint coastal town around a 30min drive from Whangarei, for lunch at a lovely seaside restaurant. Ben and I had mussels with a Thai red curry sauce, they were the largest and most delicious mussels we've ever had! Each one was at least 5cm long (not including the shell)!! The views along the coastline were ...
... in a small town called Clevedon. We spotted a tiny store selling fruit, sandwiches and beverages by the road (Clevedon Co-Op) so we decided to stop and have something to eat since we didnīt have a proper lunch that day.
Then we kept on driving until we reached the first beach situated not far away from the unofficial entrance to the Coromandel Peninsula. Unfortunately we donīt have a clue what was the name of this beach. Although the beach was placed by the main ...
... people sitting in holes dug in the sand. The beach here is located under a geothermal hotspot. The molten rock here is close to the earths crust which means the water underneath gets very hot. You can sit in the sand and dig holes and release this water forming your own bath. Different areas would be hotter so you would dig around with your hands until you felt a serge of hot water. Some areas were even so hot you couldn't stand in them without burning your ...