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Travel Blogs from Tairua
... at Tairua on the Coromandel Peninsula. On the way, we enjoyed a vanilla slice. I was determined this blog would not be a menu fest but I had to mention the vanilla slices. They really go for them in a big way in New Zealand and although the precise recipe varies from place to place, they are all delicious. I won't go on to describe the NZ lamb, steaks, seafood, etc etc or I'll start dribbling again. The only other thing ...
... tonight - in case you hasn't noticed, we are loving the BBQ facilities at these campsites! We walked to the town general store to get some beers and Pete experienced his first cold beer room. Its a refrigerated room full of beers, ciders, wine and ready made G&Ts and JDs & Coke. Needless to say, he was in heaven. A great day on the sunny Coromandel today and tomorrow we are leaving to head down to Lake ...
... too much fun and too much liability. Boo.
We had a mellow dinner in the BBQ area across from our room and ended the evening with some more play in the tidal flats. Tomorrow we are off to Cathedral Cove and Hot Water Beach.
Wed Dec 18
I had a lovely morning jog along the tidal beach, out to the surf beach and turn around ...
... 3 spaces up into the day parking area where we enjoyed breakfast, laughing at the number of naughty dogs who ran off leaving their owners chasing and shouting at them. We decided before going to church that we would go for a walk and cheated by driving up the volcano most of the way just walking the last 15 minutes to the summit, even at this early hour the sun was beating down and the heat was unbearable. It was great to have the views ...
... mostly make fruit liqueurs and pizza. We brought a bottle of Manuka honey liquer (which is tea tree, like in the body shop, weird huh) and I had a glass of cider with our pizza. After lunch we went to Hot Water Beach, where you can dig your own jacuzzi in the sand. There is a boiling hot spring somewhere under the sand, so an hour either side of low tide you can dig a hole and it will fill ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking