Rewa House B&B
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Rewa House B&B Tairua
Travel Blogs from Tairua
... a green canopy of tree ferns and vines and trees shelter a narrow path cut into the side of the gorge. It was an easy fairly level walk and we soon reached the old railway bridge over the river and then plunged into the long dark tunnel under the road and through the mountain. It was cold and drippy and dimly lit at intervals, the torches were needed again to avoid the puddles on the floor. It seemed to go on and on, and it was good to finally get out into the fresher warmer ...
... gasping for a cuppa but as it was gone 5pm now, everywhere was shut!
We passed cafe after cafe but it was the same everywhere. Everywhere shut.
So you can imagine our joy when we eventually trundled into a small town named Tirua and saw several cafes and bars still open at 7pm.
We parked up and went in the nearest one The Pepe. There were lots of tables occupied and people eating but most had food already. We calculated 2 tables of about 10 ...
... busy, loads of campers were squeezed in to a relativelty small site. We're still not sure how some of the campers work. We've seen many little campers with 4 adults in it, by little I mean little Mitsubishi type vans, a lot smaller than a transit. It has a little pod added to the top of it raising the height slightly, and making it look even more unstable than it did before, but it must be a hell of a squeeze in there, probably feels like sleeping in a coffin. A camper ...
I have made a promise to Shirl - next time I am back we are going to spend an entire day here,
The pretty greenest one was the hottest one which you could not stay in for very long. It was 40 degrees.
What a special time with 2 special people
Spent more time relaxing in Shirl and Als beautiful garden - a little piece of paradise. ...
... way I was driving this thing on my own! I was also worried about his safety of course! When Mike finally did return, he was perfectly well and in one piece. The cashier had basically not let him leave, asking him questions so she could hear his accent apparently. She asked his life history, where he had been and where he was going, names and ages of his children, how long he had been married for etc etc. I understand now why a New Zealander said to us ‘you wonder why we are ...