Marine Reserved Apartments

Address: cnr Ocean Road & Lowe Street, Whangamata, The Coromandel, North Island, 3506, New Zealand | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo is located on cnr Ocean Road & Lowe Street, Whangamata.
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      A travel blog entry by duffer56 on Dec 05, 2014

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      Make your way north today to the Coromandel. The drive only takes a couple of hours so you have the rest of the day at your leisure

      Kiwi Dundee Nature and Coast - day trip

      A travel blog entry by duffer56 on Dec 06, 2014

      Today you join the Kiwi Dundee Nature and Coast day trip, which takes in some of the highlights of the eastern Coromandel coastline. You are transported by vehicle but there will be several short walks throughout the day.

      Of a broken car and making new Kiwi friends

      A travel blog entry by jofi on Dec 27, 2014

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      ... ending with sleeping on the couch.
      The next day started with a typical english breakfast: Spaghetti, sausages and toast.
      Afterwards, we again went to the mechanic. This time with Karl, avoiding being exploited. We did not have more luck than the day before, as we were told we need an auto electricwho then told us the next day that his partner companies are closed over the public holidays. Yeeha!
      Means, the time we had to wait for the auto electric, ...

      Coromandel Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by caretaker on Nov 27, 2014

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      Getting up just after the sun we once again struck camp around 8am and hit the road heading back to Auckland by a more scenic route than the more direct one we had followed before. First stop was Waipoua Forest where we walked to see the largest living tree in NZ followed by another short walk to see a group of Kauri trees known as the Four Sisters. The oldest tree is thought to be over 2000 yrs old and the girth approx. ...


      A travel blog entry by lilianbrett on Apr 12, 2014

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      ... which is then filled with hot water. Our hole was cold and a bit pathetic (to far away from the heat source apparently) but we managed to steal another and sizzled in there for a while before it got to hot. Some of the pools were to hot to even dip your toes in and were bubbling when we were leaving people were boiling eggs in one. Our original pool was still cold. The whole thing was quite a bizarre experience having almost a 1 kilometre of beautiful beach and everyone ...