Te Kouma Bed And Breakfast

Address: 50 Puriri Road, Coromandel, The Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 50 Puriri Road, Coromandel, is near Driving Creek Railway and Potteries, Mercury Bay, and Cormandel Forest Park.
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      A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Jan 26, 2015

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      ... provided some delicious ones which we saved for lunch the following day but those we sat and ate at The Mussel Kitchen were quite special. We were entertained by the Harley Davidson bike tour which also had chosen to eat there; A group of Indians of varying ages were obviously having a bonding experience on bikes which thankfully were not started up until after we'd left. Our return took us to New Chums Beach which is only reached by walking along the rocky foreshore . A ...

      A walking day

      A travel blog entry by ruthweeden on Nov 24, 2014

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      ... to Hot Water Beach. Here when the tide goes out, people appear carrying spades to dig them self a hole, close to a very large rock on the beach. The hole has to be rather large so that water fills up from the bottom that is actually very hot hence the name! How time flies when you are enjoying yourself, on our way home (back to the RV park as our home was with us) we stopped off to buy some meat for the barbie, and stopped at The Pour Inn for a quick vodie and ...

      Thames to Coromandel

      A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Nov 06, 2014

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      ... a pretend risoto), having no vegetables!
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      It's a small world afterall !!!!!

      A travel blog entry by mfbernier65 on Oct 15, 2014


      ... which we all see regularly in Florida) and very quick. What a sight to see them play/jump in the wake as well as the front of the boat - Rip got some great pictures. They live/hunt in large pods so we saw quite a few of them. Also saw some new birds, the gannet, the oyster catcher, the backbacked gull and the chaffinch. Also saw a manta ray and an European hegdehog - I though it looked like a scrub ...

      About time we had a bath - Hot Water Beach

      A travel blog entry by mandersandhels on Oct 14, 2014

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      ... as wide as one and a half Nissan Tilda's the road turned into a dirt track and lots of hair pin bends. Having gotten so far through (with no places to turn around) Manders soldiered on as a rally car driver with cheers from us both every time any tarmac would turn up. At an average speed of about 40kms an hour we soon learnt that distance need not be the best way to determine the speediest route.