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... have found a vein of almost caustic level hot water! There are no abandoned holes here but there is a vacant plot of land where we can wiggle in and stake our claim. I wave eagerly to Erik to get over here with the shovel. We need to make this spot ours before we’re outranked and we lose this precious real estate.
He begins to dig and we realize instantly why our original plan to save $5 and dig with our gold panning bowl was a truly ...
... of fish and chips I've ever seen, including two fried eggs. The whole meal was a heart attack waiting to happen but it was very good.
At 2pm the guide from Coromandel Adventures drove us out to Long Bay for an hour long walk through regenerated forest to see a 1200 year old Kauri Tree. Apparently this tree was one of only two left around Coromandel Town following logging and gold mining in the area and these two trees have ...
... the rest of the day lol!!
We checked into our accommodation in Hot Water Beach which were awesome holiday lodges individual cabins which were so nice compared to the usual hostels.
At 3pm we got back on the bus and headed for Cathedral Cove where we had a 45 minutes on way walk (which took us 20mins) down hill to the cathedral cove beach. The cove was beautiful with a natural tunnel in the rock splitting the beach into 2.We spent about an hour ...
... meat..having all in the car we decided it probably best not to stay, but we had a nice walk around anyway. The town turned out to be a cool little hippy place, where we got some nice local veggies and hung out for a while. We had by this point, got in touch with Denis and Jan, our next port of call in Auckland and so decided to make a loop back round and try and hit up a beach or two on our way back.
We aimed for Thames (biggest town on the ...
... and fitness. She tells us later her father is one of the top 3 mountain bikers in New Zealand.
Most of the seats on the bus are already taken. People claim their seats early on, I’ve discovered. I find one a few rows back from the front, which is where I have decided to sit after the last trip. I drop off my day pack and head down the street to use the loo (bathroom) and get some coffee. ...
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