Dell Cote

Address: 37 Rewarewa Valley Rd, Tairua, The Coromandel, North Island, 3544, New Zealand | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 37 Rewarewa Valley Rd, Tairua.
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Travel Blogs from Tairua

What a stunning coastline!

A travel blog entry by mrandmrswaite14 on Jul 18, 2014

5 comments

... surrounded by farmland. Ben tried to locate where we were on the map and noticed that we were approaching two small lakes so he said to look out for a road sign with their names on so he could work out which one we were nearest to. We noticed a sign ahead which pointed to the lake so I slowed down to read it....it said 'Lake'.....noo really?!? So we carried on the dirt road until we got to a dead end at a quarry (definitely not the right place!) We turned around and ...

I can spot a couple of holes in your story

A travel blog entry by philandmups on Feb 18, 2014

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... outer-most marker of the Bay. The hole is so big you could drive a boat through it. Yep, you've guessed it... Next day, to keep things interesting on the drive to Coromandel, we decided to check out both the largest, and the oldest, kauri trees in New Zealand. These gentle giants are each thought to be well over 2,000 years old with the tallest reaching 51.5m in height with a girth of 13.8m. Chunky. We also added a stop-over in Waipu. ...

A day of driving & relaxing

A travel blog entry by steffielou on Feb 08, 2014

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... very chilled out afternoon.
As the sun started to set we all wandered down to the pebble beach at the bottom of the site and took some pictures as the light was so good. They had really great climbing trees there so we all sat up them with a beer 'til the sun completely went down.
The boys came back later...minus any fish whatsoever.
We spent the rest of the evening telling the obligatory ghost stories of which I only ...

In a country....far....far....away.....

A travel blog entry by fiandmichael on Feb 04, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... can eventually grow to love. We journeyed our way through windy roads expecting there to be towns and a view, but instead more road and wilderness. It seemed like we went through different climates from farmland, jungles and dessert. After realising that towns are quite rare along the roads we picked up some food and soon found ourselves at Hot Water Beach campsite. We found our spot and then figured out how to change the back of ...

Traveling, The Blue Mountains and Sydney

A travel blog entry by lucystu on Jan 21, 2014

11 photos

... one night in their rented campervan, but we all know how unenjoyable camping is when it's raining so the next day we heading into Sydney and checked into their 4 star hotel. There were 2 beds in their room so I was able to sneak in as a fugitive, if anybody was to question it we had the excuse that I was the nanny. So going from cheap hostels to a 4 star hotel was quite a jump and something I could get used to, ...