Harbour View Lodge
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... sunny just around us, and there was even a full rainbow out over the water at one stage. We could see all the way down the coast to Mt Maunganui at Tauranga, which is a giant headland standing over the port of Tauranga and is a fitting guard to the millionaires row of properties along the beachfront.
After the sun started heading down, and with threatening rainclouds brewing, we retreated to the van with Mum not impressed with having to take off the ...
... of pools of hot water. Despite Nathan's hard efforts of digging, hot water was not discovered. Kind generous souls shared their pools with us so we could enjoy the hot water beside the cold seas. When the tide rose over the banks the water cooled to a comfortable temperature. The whole experience was lots of fun. After an enjoyable hour we continued on the road to a beautiful beach at Hahei within walking distance of the hostel. Our ...
... careful as you can scold your feet (which is what Brian did!). It's great but as the tide starts to come in it fills your pool with cold water and you have to move on and dig another. We had a really enjoyable hour and shared our pool with Karen and Phil who were from Derby.
We then drove to Cathedral Cove - you have to walk 45 minutes - all downhill to get to it and of course you have to come back up. But it is a beautiful cove ...
... from our journey is that petrol has got noticeably cheaper and cheaper the further north we have come and is now just over £1 a litre. Diesel is about 70 pence. The owners of the motel we are staying in for the next two nights are originally from Macclesfield. As for so many Brits who are now living and working in New Zealand, it all started with a holiday. They visited here about ten years ago, fell in love with ...