Killyrudden Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... volcanic peak, Mt Paku in the middle of Tairua, with lovely flowers along the way.
Then we set off for Rotorua, passing through cute towns and stopping for a famous L&P (Lemon and Paeroa) and coffee at Paeroa. As the day wore on, Rem wasn’t feeling very well ...
... a quick swim. Had brekky and then headed to Waihi via Whangamata for some WiFi, coffee & grocery shopping. Lots of beautiful coastline to view on our way.
after our stop we headed out to Karangahake for a beautiful walk into the gorge. We passed over suspended bridges, through old quartz mines and caves with glow worms, then on to a secluded waterhole where ...
... The Gorge was ravaged by mining, with polluted waters, and bare hillsides, but today is very different, with leafy walkways and information boards explaining the history, however recently a mining company has been granted permits, and there is much local objection to mining the mountain for gold once more.
We spent the night just down the river and are off to see Hobbiton ...
... cleaned and disinfected them for me. Result! It was then time to pick up the convertible we have booked for the five days we are here on the north island. Wow, we got upgraded to a BMW Z4! Chris is one happy chappy and was not amused that I could drive it as well with no extra cost. We left Auckland and headed to the Coromandel Peninsula, a stunning start to our time here, winding coastal roads with spectacular views. Chris felt like he was ...
Waihi was everything we expected it to be! We first went to the visitors centre which proved really helpful. We booked onto a Martha Gold Mine tour and it was fantastic! The centre is new and the Museum was really informative, beautifully done, and we spent 1 1/2 hours enjoying the displays. The tour bus then collected us and took us inside the open cast mining areas and the cyanide tanks. The process is still used ...