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 ...
... of Te Aroha souvenir crockery, as well as some of the photos and bathhouse remnants. There is a delightful antiques shop in town, so have a browse, as we wait for the bus to pick us up at 4.30. There is no croquet on today, so Pete uses the Internet at the Local Library. Very glad to be in the Sherpa mini bus, as we are driven back to Thames in the rain, for our last night, as we are catching the Intercity bus from here in the morning. We farewell the lovely Chinese family ...
... you can fully enjoy in the rain) Tauranga is mainly an industrial town, a large port with huge container ships being loaded and unloaded.
We work our way up the coast to the small town of Waihi Beach, and camp up beside the beach. The showers still come and go, some heavy, so we don't get to go on the beach, but maybe tomorrow.
We eat dinner watching the Grand Prix, only one more race to go to see if Lewis Hamilton wins then ...
... It is quite possible to summit any of the highest points surrounding the gorge, but with our headlamps we wanted to explore into the tunnels. We've been climbing up almost every weekend now, so it's time for a break! After leaving the vans at the car park in front of the world famous (I'd never heard of it) Talisman Cafe, we crossed the suspension bridge that connects to one of ...
... there were teddy bears and monkeys hung up in trees along the line for our amusement! Very strange. I think the guy at the bike shop was amazed to see me walk back into his shop. Secretly I felt the same way. It was fantastic few days, we cycled a total of 70 kms and could still walk at the end of it, we just couldn't sit down. We visited towns that were certainly not on my bucket list and enjoyed fantastic hospitality. The first thing I did on the way home....planned my next cycle ...
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