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Travel Blogs from Tairua
... Our motel has a hot tub – we take advantage with a glass of wine!
The next day is an early start as we have a lot to get through – we’re shoe-horning in more than we’d originally planned into the day! Our first move is a drive along The 309 Road, over towards the east coast of the Coromandel peninsula. The road is famous locally, and it’s a largely unsealed road that climbs up across the spine of the mountains that form ...
... was first found here in 1878.....It is also now known as the place where I had my hair cut. After all of these weeks travelling around OZ and NZ it was about time. I was beginning to look like an aged hippie....We travelled along the HW 25 heading for Tairua, where we had booked a room for the night at the Paku Lodge at the side of Tairua Harbour. En route we passed through, ...
... decided to drive into, or the other way round on a Ford Falcon, both cars seemed to be on the grass verge with no obvious skid marks or explanation. Anyway, we carried onto the beach, the town had about a massive 5 shops but we still had stuff left over for lunch so that was fine, another amazing lunch spot. Calm water, perfectly blue and clear as always, shaded areas to park the car, kayaks, small boat, bright sun all in what appeared to be a nice estuary! Once again making us ...
I started the North Island part of my Kiwi Experience tour today driving from Auckland city centre to Hot Water Beach. It was grey and drizzly in the morning but brightened up nicely later in the afternoon. The first thing we did after arriving at Hot Water Beach was walk to Cathedral Cove. It was a beautiful walk through the rainforest down to stunning beaches that had huge sandstone rocks and lush green islands dotted about in ...
... campsites. It was a small field dotted with the odd pile of bricks resembling a barbeque. The only other amenity it had was a shed that housed the toilet so it was basic to say the least but in a phenomenally beautiful and scenic spot. We set to work on dinner, pasta with a tomato sauce cooked in the open on a gas stove..yummy. By this point it was dark and starting to get cold so we quickly finished up and jumped into bed. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking