Rewa House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... some of the nicest white wines we have tasted here. After another walk on the deserted Hahei beach near Cathedral Cove we turned up at the said hour to Hot Water Beach. Well let's put it this way.....It was great fun to watch but the thought of us two digging a hole big enough for us to be submerged was not attractive in the least. The day was rounded off by a pre-dinner cold Sauvignon Blanc and a wander into the local town for some unexpectedly good pizza. ...
... where we met our hosts for a Hot Showers home stay for the night. Mike and Judy, I really did enjoy your fantastic, generous hospitality and sorry if I bored you with a few too many ol' war stories. Our stay with Mike and Judy was so great that I'm ...
... at the airport scanners. Bruce’s backpack had to be checked as something showed up as it went through. It turned out to be some sunscreen way down at the
bottom of the bag – hadn’t got it out since the cruise.
We had a straightforward flight back to Auckland where we had to get the kava bowl and tapa cloth placemats checked. Then it was out to collect our car from FlyPark before heading south.
We were lucky with ...
Off to tramp the Pinnacles today. I'm not sure of their original name (lack of historical Maori information unfortunately but if I researched I'm sure I could find it or talk to someone). It's been such good weather we believe we're still in Summer sometimes. So much to do here - Coromandel: Cathedral Cove, Whitianga, Coromandel Town - cute little organic cafe who makes their own komucha! - and much more. Cathedral Cove and Hahei beaches are the reason why so many tourists go ...
... Shoe Island, Rabbit Island and Puffin Island. After a delicious lunch in one of the cafés, and making sure we had supplies for the next couple of meals it was back up to our eagles eyrie. When it got a wee bit cooler we ventured into the forest accompanied by two of the dogs to find a waterfall. After getting lost a couple of times and the dogs wisely deserting us we found the trackway and headed down a very steep slope towards the river. Realising it was going to be a ...