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 ...
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We only have three weeks left in New Zealand! Now we need to start thinking about what we have to do before we leave. Pictures taken and loaded onto the computer, it was time for more exploring. Coromandel has this beach named Hot Water Beach. Apparently, there is a hot spring that bubbles up right next to the coast and around low tide people flock to this specific spot on the beach and dig holes in the sand that fill up ...
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... kicked out of bed by Harrison who had joined us freezing, but them took over the bed as he usually does, so she was forced to move out and join Mitchell in the upstairs bed.
We finally got moving about 8.30am, which in this case, meant walking down the street in our PJs and carrying bagfuls of clothes so we could all have showers the civilised way - in a house.
And Aunty Dux put on a ripper breakfast - bacon and eggs and sausages. Mitchell ...
... with tiny fish and when we reached edge of the rocks and looked at the sea below we saw a large snapper swimming and his smaller friends swimming beside in the crystal clear blue water! Near to Auckland we stopped off at the Tawharanui Peninsula, the sun was setting and it was getting quite cold so we put on our jumpers and ran along the beach to get warm again :) Once we arrived in Auckland, Caroline kindly made a lovely warming roast dinner and we caught up on all ...
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