Killyrudden Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... When we arrived at the start of the walking track, we saw a DOC's sign saying, 'This ...
... lolling in the hot pool!!
I have made a promise to Shirl - next time I am back we are going to spend an entire day here,
The pretty greenest one was the hottest one which you could not stay in for very long. It was 40 degrees.
Spent more time relaxing in Shirl ad Als glorious garden. a little piece of paradise. ...
On arrival at the Coromandel Peninsular the owner of the campsite informed us that 200ml of rain was forecast for overnight so he would move his van so that we could park on the Tarmac rather than take a risk down on the grass. The campsite wasn't at all busy so we were able to make use of the facilities (kitchen & lounge) as if it were our own. After dinner we watched a DVD before heading to bed. Overnight we were both conscious of the wind and the rain beating down ...
... is pretty nice, and the Leanne who runs it has a great sense of humour. We’re in the cheap "garden studio" which doesn’t enjoy harbour views, but does have a nice little garden for us to take advantage of the weather. We spend the rest of the day catching up on blogs, our plans for Asia, and suchlike, and also make some local plans for the next couple of days up here.
Our plans change the next morning though – we awake to find the ...
... cheese for lunch we knew that would be our food for the next few days and this deserved some Sushi now! Back on the road and the rain was coming down thick and fast, we planned to loop to the base of the Coromandel inland and then make our way back along the coast, making the most of driving to see as much as we could. The first stop was around 1.5 hours further on, it was Matamata, aka Hobbiton. Now neither of us are really into all this Lord of The Rings stuff, I've never ...