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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... a lovely walk this is! There are amazing views of Sting Ray Bay which is well worth stopping at, when we got to it there is a big tree that has been washed up and I took some silly pictures on here, there were only a few people here so it was very peaceful and calm to take in the surroundings.
Cathedral cove was a sight too, we didn’t plan this well as lots of people were around and ...
... 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 ...
We got back on the bus the next day to go to Hot Water Beach with Dave our new driver who had some classic one liners like when he parked the coach in a very tight space and announced on the microphone "like a glove!!". My other favourite was "****.....oops I just dropped an 'F' bomb....****!" Or burping into the microphone and then saying "yours!" ( you probably had to be there but it made me laugh) We stopped off at Mount Eden to see the ...
... have been everywhere we have stayed and mimic other birds, so one never knows whether they are there or not. We drive up the peninsular to Coromandel Town - a quaint village originally developing from a gold strike, with some gold is still being mined in the area. As with every coastline we have seen, the scenery is magnificent and after browsing the shops we are content to drive along the many bays and inlets enjoying the ...
... and my eyes readjust I realise I'm swimming in a shole of fish. It's incredible they are everywhere. Trying to edge close for a look at the giant thing of different colours. One gets so close you can see the blue around its eye and it go along its spine. It's an incredible sight. We head along the path, cathedral cove. You walk for no more than 5mins and you arrive at Stingray bay. Well we can't possibly turn this down. As you head down the windy steps, a view point ...