Harbour View Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... some people say that sometimes temperatures can be boiling hot which doesnīt allow you to get in the water.
In order to enjoy such a natural hot tub you must on Hot Water Beach quite early in the morning (8.00 – 9.00) or in the evening (at about 20.00). Otherwise you donīt have any chance to catch the low tide. Well, we arrived at 15.00 so no hot bath for us that afternoon.
Before we started heading down to Rotorua we had to visit one more place ...
... long-distance driving by Phil. We checked-in and immediately booked ourselves onto a Bay of Islands boat cruise departing at 9.30am the next day. We had wanted to squeeze in a night-time kayak trip but as they were fully booked we instead headed to the wharf in search of a nice cold drink. Pahia is the perfect base to explore the beautiful Bay of Islands, which is an area of huge historical importance as it was here that the first ...
... up in the sand , people crowd around the best parts and dig holes that fill with water to sit in. Looks bazar but is good fun . Blow me if I didn't spot the guys from last night. So we ended up with connecting holes of various temperatures . Back near the lodge I saw the fire engine chatted to the guys and they showed me around the pump then around their bar . I'll just post photos of equipment I won't bore most of you with details ...
We were up early today, packed and ready for off shortly after 9. We had intended to head off to the Bay of Islands just passed Paihia and possibly stay at a place called Russell. Russell was at one time the capital of NZ....However, events over took us and we decided to have a final look at the Coromandel area once more. We travelled on HW 25 to Te RErenga along to KUAOTUNU, through ...
... which is a beautiful bay with a stunning natural arch way separating two beaches. The night before Xmas eve, abi and Marcus went fishing of the wharf and caught some trevally which we ate the next day! Xmas day we ate steak on the BBQ and Kayleigh and Marcus went swimming in the sea at pauanui. Boxing day we went down to the beach ...