Harbour View Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Tairua
... a coffee and thought over plans. My other half is worsening with a cold/throat thing so not much fun at the moment or still. All the boats had left for the Cathedral Cove tours so we kept on towards Hahei where we could not park at the top of the cliff for the Cove so could not walk down then up 900 steps – oh dear how sad J. Continued on down to the beach where we found in ...
... living area this morning.
It is about an hour to Waihi, on the highway towards Auckland. We came in this way on Saturday evening when we arrived, in the dark. It was interesting to see it in daylight - just more tall hedges protecting kiwi fruit plantations, a couple of towns, estuary and a bit of flat marshy coast. We climbed into the ranges and reached Waihi by morning tea time.
This is a neat, interesting town, main street running down a long hill, busy ...
... and the wind seemed to howl most of the night and we could feel it moving the camper from side to side. Joanna wondered if we might have floated out into the firth ... but when we awoke in the morning all was well! More tea, and we watched the sun rise, and the squall begin. The rainbow appeared and we retreated to the dry of the van. Setting off after breakfast to ...
... Chris knocking, we finally managed to wake her up (it took us at least 20 minutes) - it seemed to be the combined bell and knock that did the trick. We felt so bad for arriving so late, especially as she hadn't read her emails so didn't know we were arriving late. Anyway we are here now and she still appeared happy to see us! Breakfast is being served at 8am, so a bit of a lie in to tomorrow, followed by some cycling. We are now 13 hours ahead of the ...
... house. The walk was interesting, following a gorge that closed in more and more the further you walked along it, the path being cut out of the cliff face. Looking up and across at the other sides you can see 'The Windows', a tunnel that intermittently opens out to look out of the gorge. 'The Windows' tunnel was closed due to it being unstable, I recall reading that on a notice, what I hadn't recalled was that the underground pumphouse was too, so when I got there it was gated off! ...