Sandy Rose Bed & Breakfast
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- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... hills as a tsunami is approaching, according to the motel notes. To the beach. Waves a bit rough. So to the river mouth, a small yacht park, where down-coming river and incoming tide meet. Perfect. Amanda swims in the sea. Or to be specific, the ocean, the Pacific to be more specific. Loads of kids playing on the small beach by a jetty in total confidence and freedom, some only months old. They seem to have been born in the water. On the way back up the Main Street we looked at menus ...
... 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 ...
... an experience! A bit like a nightmare! You are walking along and the hole at the other end never seems to get bigger! And when it does, it seems to play on your mind and take even longer. It took us around 20 minutes to get to the other end marching pretty fast! The gorge walk after this was tremendous and we then walked back to Dickey the way we came. Probably about 8 hours on our feet! We were the only campers that night! ...
... where we were and got on the right route to Goat Island! By the time we arrived at Goat Island the sun was low in the sky, which made it all the more stunning! The island is covered in native large trees and ferns. The sea was lapping at the rocky shoreline in front of us as we both set off exploring the area. We forgot to bring our sandles from the car but that didn't stop us! We walked on the rocks barefoot with the rocks exfoliating our feet! The rock pools ...
... br> Bivi to track 3 hours (that’s 250m per hour)
Track to road 2 hours
Total time on
the go 15 hours, a faster party and alternative route should be able to do this
Note the bolts are old and small , 5 or 6mm and accept only 5mm or 6mm cord
The age of the cord at the bolts suggests that they have been there for 20 or more years
I have ...
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