Harbour View Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... age, technology telling us where to go, a double edged sword though as nowhere is secret or undiscovered anymore.
It's still quiet at the campsite though, and we were charged less than we had expected so were content. I did dinner in the camp kitchen that evening. You could tell it was me by the smoke coming out of the windows and doors!! Nothing burnt though, just the fat in the frying pan. But the smell of the smoke stays in our clothes for the ...
First day with just ed and I after mum leaving for home last night. Walked downstairs to find this beautiful house to ourselves so had a play with the home entertainment touch screen which controls the house and put on music while we sat having breakfast looking out the huge glass windows over mission bay and towards the skyline of the centre. Couldn't help but smiling at our luck. Returned the ...
... the legs) to cathedral cove! Was a beautiful beach , we had a swim and walked back :-) Then at low tide we headed down to hot water beach for the evening sun and the famous hot pools! We made the mistake of digging our hole to close to the sea and didn't realise how quick the tide would come back in and lost all our belongings to a wave! Toms camera has unfortunately broke :( but he did manage to save the ...
... and Hikuai. We had a lovely room looking directly over the harbour and all it's activities and spent a very relaxing night there. Although the harbour water looked very inciting we declined to go for a dip so late. This area is jam-packed with incredible scenery, ranging from the sheltered harbour and offshore islands of Tairua and the picturesque beaches of Pauanui and ...
... a boat, sort of anyway. That kept us busy for a while but felt we ought to make our way and actually get down to Cathedral Cove as we had only seen it from the boat. First off we had to find a parking spot, there are so few parking spots that there has been a park and ride service set up to ferry the tourist up the hill. We were pretty fortunate, and with me being patient and waiting whilst everyone else followed each other around the car park we got a space within about 5 ...