The Green House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... which made them a prime commodity for building ship masts. It must have been quite a challenge to drag those suckers out of the forest...We returned to our trusty Rav 4 and hit the last of (thank God) the most windy roads on the way to Auckland. We stopped briefly for some refreshment and a haircut (Ryan) in the small town of Thames before passing likely the last sheep we will see while making the final miles to Auckland. We have a pretty prime locale for our ...
We arrived this evening at Cascade Kouri park which is an area of native bush with a number of walks in and around the rainforest. After battling with the rush hour traffic through Auckland we were glad to be able to persuade the ranger to allow us to camp here for the night (Camping was fine as long as we didn’t go walking after dark as the ranger would be shooting rabbits after ...
Yet another early morning for us today. We got up at 6.30 to pack shower and leave. We were sad to leave the lovely cottage. It was a long drive back down to auckland and then round to hot water beach. There were some very bendy / hairy roads towards the end of the journey too! But we made it here at about 2.30 and checked in. I was a bit sleepy so happy to finally get to our destination! We have a little cabin with a bed, fridge and couple of chairs/table which ...
... quite abruptly at 10.45pm when the hostel manager decided us singing along to Blue was just not acceptable.In the morning, we managed to drag ourselves out of bed at 4.45am to head down to low tide on Hot Water Beach. We dug a couple of big pools in the sand to access the hot water bubbling up from the volcanic rocks underground. Bizarre feeling - sitting in a hole on the beach at 5.30 in the morning in your ...
... bundled the tent into a plastic bag! Part of the gravel road had been washed away but we passed through carefully. First thing, we went shopping and Christina bought loads of vegetables!!! We then travelled up the Coromandel Peninsula road with the most amazing views and turquoise sea. Stopped for some Oyster Chowder for Richard and Mussel Chowder for Christina! Yum! We went to a Top 10 for laundry and Shower purposes, and a few creature comforts such as drinking water!!