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 …
... meaning that when you ride the train, the driver has to get out multiple times, redirect the track, and change which end of the train is the front/sometimes drive the train in reverse up or down the hill for short stretches of track). The track leads to Barry's biggest creation, a structure on top of the hills called the Eyefull Tower where you can look out over Barry's land and the rest of Coromandel. Barry laid all of the ...
... view is beautiful. After sky tower we decided to go back to the hotel and have a rest.
We regained our energy and before sunset we headed back to the sky tower. We stayed up and watched the sunset which was amazing. Instead of staying til dark we ducked downstairs and went and had dinner at The Midnight Express which was a Turkish restaurant and had amazing food. Very impressive. We finished the night by going back up to grab some night shots. What a fun day in ...
... of the types of places we stayed in Scotland! Very cosy :) We went for a little walk down to the beach but the tide was still too high to see the real 'hot water beach' so we went back tor the cabin for a little bit. We then headed down again at about 5 and there was a huge crowd on the beach!! I thought the springs would be more spread out but they aren't at all! Very concentrated into a small area of the beach and the prime spots had already been taken (it's a ...
... then headed to the site of the Wairere Boulders. Basically it’s a valley full of rather large basalt boulders – the remains of a basalt layer laid down nearly 3 million years ago. The unusual feature of these rocks is their fluting – the only place this occurs in the world so we were informed by the resident geologist. The theory is that the fluting is the ...