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- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Tairua
... mountains back to the bottom where he could make things with it. Very practical until like all train enthusiasts, he then got carried away and ended up building at 3km track up the side of the mountain to a station at the top which he calls the 'eyefull tower station' for the best views in town. His mates helped him out along the way and built one ...
... years old and tried to catch some waves. This part of the peninsular is also famous for two natural wonders; Cathedral Cove and Hot Water Beach. The former is a beautiful beach reached by a 40min walk, with a gigantic stone arch which you can't drive a boat through, but which you can walk through at low tide. The latter, a beach where you can dig a hole at low tide and "bathe" in the naturally occurring (and flipping hot) water, ...
... is great. It is difficult to tell what photo you took when your primary focus is not drowning. Another tour boat was waiting for me to finish so it could get into position like the other one. I may have taken a little longer than necessary to move out of the way.
When I waded back onto shore, Holly was enjoying a show farther down the beach. A couple brought a very small rowboat with a motor onto the beach. Now they were trying to put it back out to ...
... build up suitable walls for when the tide came in so that the pool would stay otherwise it would just be washed out to sea!! Good fun though but hard work, digging up sand and water only for it to be replaced with sand and water! The weather wasn't bad either. After an hour and some lunch, we headed south towards the Geothermal Region near Rotorua, but had a slight detour planned along the ...
Tues Dec 17
Today we drove from Devonport to Tairua which is on the Coromandel Penninsula. After checking into our lodging, we crossed the street and had mussels and fish and chips at Pepe for lunch among the dive-bombing seagulls. We headed back across the street and played in tidal flats. Ty and I played on a small island as the tide rushed in and made bets ...