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... the beach enjoying the beautiful sunset and the show that this big group of people offered. Some of them started digging a hole in the sand a few minutes after my arrival. However, all their efforts were a total waste of time. The waves kept rolling in and covered their hole, filling it again right to the top with sand in just a matter of seconds. Nonetheless, these people became so eager that they kept trying. Kids and adults alike :-). At about 5.50pm, when the ...
We left Orewa after face time with Emily. Realised we had still got keys to Paihia so stopped at Post shop to send them back! Travelled south via Auckland and headed up Coromandel Peninsular doing the long loop as recommended by Phillip. Stunning scenery with the road hugging the coast for most of the journey. It was quite twisty and narrow at times and we climbed quite high to be rewarded with some wonderful views at the top. I did a bit of driving. Went through ...
... the laptop, and the photo is on my phone. Thats what this is all about - working our how to do all this, before the BIG holiday.
Terrys house is a couple of streets back from the main surf beach. He had recommended we walk right along the beach from his place to the 'harbour' and then back down through the town, which takes about 1.5 hours. ...
... visited the beach to see what it was all about. You can only access the hot water when its low tide and they are only on a specific part of the beach. You have to dig a hole in a little spot on the beach to let the hot water come up, so you make your own little bath. Some of the holes are nice and warm but others are red hot! We found this out the hard way and ...
... inevitably leads to rainbows, which we have seen every single day so far. After kayaking, we ate at Tito's restaurant (Allen says he's THE MAN). Basically, Tito is a pirate who only works when he sees customers entering his restaurant from across the street. He sits in his house and watches boxing and rugby (in fact, he invited us over after lunch to join him, but unfortunately we had to catch the Kiwi bus back to Auckland). The bus ride back ...
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