Surfside One Bed & Breakfast

1-120 Winifred Ave., Whangamata, The Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Whangamata

Hot Water Beach and a trip around the Peninsula

A travel blog entry by tony-helen


... the car and then sauntered towards the steam rising from the beach. We always remember this beach when we visited with Frank and Lorrain, four years ago. It is just such fun finding a spot where the water is not too hot, then digging your own pool and then laying in the hot water while the waves lap on the beach. Everyone is making holes in the sand and then diverting the really hot water to flow into your pool to increase the temperature. We then offer ...

First day on the Coromandel Peninsula

A travel blog entry by tony-helen


Slept well for a few hours but awake at 3.30, 4, 5.30 and 6.30am. Helen is just so demanding (sorry just woke up again, must have been dreaming). Missed the sun coming up as it sneaked up in one of our periods of napping. We had nice muesli for breakfast, packed our gear and then went for a romantic early morning walk along the beach. The sun is already hot and the forecast for the next week says it will get hotter and hotter. Set off in car, ...

New Year's Day cruise!!!

A travel blog entry by starwyse


... than planned drive to Auckland where Mary drops me at the hotel for the night and she goes directly to the airport to catch her plane. I leave exactly 24 hours after she does on the exact same plane - too bad we couldn't share that portion of the trip as well. Then I arrive home to KC 15 minutes after I've taken off - how weird is that? I leave Friday evening at 7:30 and get in Friday evening at 7:45...

Our ...

It's been good HAHEI

A travel blog entry by annetty


... my space and I would have nothing to do with anyone. I've realized that many travellers have a hard time without WiFi due to the technology era we are in, easy to watch a movie, read a book, skype with your loved ones, write a blog, etc. It is a great tool for distraction...but haven't we left our homeland to come to experience new faces, new places, new challenges? Ironic yes, that I am writing this blog and not at the beach or out somewhere...but its ...

My last beaches in New Zealand

A travel blog entry by steffen102


... almost set, I started helping the others by digging in the sand as well.

Unfortunately the low-tide level of this day was not very low, meaning the water did not retreat as much as on other days. Furthermore the winds blowing on that day had created high waves that covered the entire area where the hot springs were located. In essence we were simply not able to dig a hole for the hot water to accumulate in. Nonetheless, I was lucky enough to feel the ...


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