YHA Tidewater Tourist Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYHA Tidewater Tourist Park Coromandel
Lovely hosts, they let me work for my accom for a few nights, such kind people. Quiet, like a safe haven from the world. Clean dorms.
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Pete: After posting the last blog at hot water beach resort, we began to upload the photos. We had paid $2 for twenty minutes of internet access. But after 11 minutes of use the computer froze (perhaps because I was trying to upload 26 photos at the same time) so I headed over to reception (using my most indignant voice) to inform them of the …
We went for breakfast at the Lime Cafe in Rotorua, which didn't disappoint with another delicious NZ breakfast. We drove for about three hours up the Coromandel peninsula to Hot Water Beach. The beach is on top of volcanic rock, with thermal pools underneath, so you can dig yourself a hot tub on the beach during low tide... Pretty cool! After that beach, we drove past Cathedral Cove, and visited Cooks Beach ...
... replaced it with a new lock. Finally we were able to hit the road and we were off. Our first stop was just 100km away at Ray's Rest in Miranda, a freedom camping spot overlooking the Firth of Thames with the Coramandel Peninsula in the distance. A few campers had already arrived, and we chose our spot and made a cuppa. The tide came in as we walked along the shore, watching the birds ...
... welcome. Whangamata was still clearly asleep before the onslaught of holiday makers. The beach is extremely long but the best place was the fishing club which is frequented by most locals.
On Richard's Birthday we went to Wentworth Falls, had a lovely lunch in a beautiful spot, eating marinated mussells and a bottle of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc! sheer bliss! We power walked to the falls which were ok, but thoroughly enjoyed the experience!
... family, where every day is a holiday.From Hahei beach, you can walk to Catherdral Cove, however this was a 3 hour round trip, and so we decided to drive to Cathedral Cove carpark, and walk the 45 minutes to the cove from there. This was an excellent decision, as the 45 minute walk to the cove and 45 minute back was strenuous enough for the girls. The girls counted approx. 200 steps, that wasn’t including the steps off the beaten track to Gem Stone and Stingray bay, which ...