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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      1st day travelling to Queenstown

      A travel blog entry by tomandnicky on Nov 30, 2014

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      ... me, but not Tom as he still couldn't figure out how to secure it.. The kind man was great because he held the tent, but he did seem to want to chat a lot, which is hard when you're trying to do other things - like build a secure shelter for the night haha... Then it happened... It was spitting. We decided at this point to secure it with the guy ropes as best we could and wait until the rain passed. We managed to get in to the car before we ...

      Finding Your Treasure

      A travel blog entry by riccitaylor on Nov 16, 2014

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      ... there were two lovely Americans- Olivia and Casey, already camping there! They are from Virginia and rock climb as well so we shared some whiskey and beers, chatted, and woke up the next morning and climbed together! The climbing in Whatapapa South is crazy! You're literally climbing on cliffs in lamb fields! It was pretty cool to say the least, and the company was just as cool! Definitely 2 new friends to keep in touch with :) Next stop Lake ...

      The Coromandel... What an adventure!

      A travel blog entry by kstyan on Oct 08, 2014

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      ... beach is located on the east side of the peninsula, and so the sea is the Pacific Ocean as oppose to the Tasman. I checked into the holiday park by the beach for a nights camping and then walked down to see what the fuss was about. At the beach it was possible to hire a spade, dig a hole, which would then fill with hot water. Walking along past some holes which were leaking to the sea, it could get really quite hot, almost unbearable. So I set about ...

      Hot water on a beach and cold showers

      A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Oct 03, 2014

      32 photos

      ... place amongst the crowds and created a hole – but it was way too hot. A little bit further away was freezing. We thought about creating an intricate plumbing system, but in the end we just stole somebody else’s hole and made some improvements to it. It is pretty obvious where the hot water comes out of the ground (it is bubbling), but the number of people that walked on this or put their hands in it was amazing – and each one of them looked a ...

      New Zealand - Coromandel Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Mar 25, 2014

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      ... have anything to be jealous about.

      Now letīs be a bit more practical. There are actually two ways how you can get to the Cathedral Cove.

      • From Hahei Beach you can walk to Cathedral Cove, where a naturally formed archway deserves photographic attention.
      • From the north end of the beach, a one hour walking track leads along the cliff top and then descends to the cove.
      We left our vehicle in the car park at the end of Grange Road in ...