Baileys At The Beach Motel
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... at the cabin with our tire swing and had to go for a ride! We then walked back to the car and set our sights for Cathedral Cove in the Coromandel region! This was about a 2.5hour drive so it was pretty ambitious to get there in time for a hike. Initially we had wanted to also make a stop at Hot Water Beach, where you can dig your own hot bath in the sand, but with time slipping away we skipped it in order to see Cathedral Cove, it was a ...
... in trees on the island - the trees looked bedraggled because the gannet poo is very acidic and will eventually kill the trees they nest in. We then left the shelter of the islands which didn't help Ed and headed for a peculiar rock formation called Champagne Rock, as it looked like a pair of Champagne bottles. Then we went further along through the roughest seas to visit a sea cave, about 15 m high. The boat went right inside and the swell could be seen on ...
... chalet duplex. Totally bush views although up on the main centre and restaurant there are glimpses of the town below and bay. Had a great meal in the restaurant last night but Monday slept in so a very late breakfast. We have almost caught up on our washing so had a look around the very small sleepy town of Pauanui, a lite lunch around 2:30pm then back for a hot spa pool experience. The weather today was mild to warm under high ...
... of pollution. Interestingly the long-fin can grow to over 100 years old! We found a nice isolated spot in a river bend where we set up for the rest of the day/night. Slow meandering water and acrobatic fantail birds catching dozy flies made for a nice scene. We got our whitebait line out and attempted some fishing, managing to catch a log! Failing in our attempts to be self sufficient we had a can of sweet corn chowder for tea. ...
... fitted in well and it is only a few minutes’ walk to the ultra-modern and swish refurbished quay with its bars, restaurants and very expensive apartments.
On a very wet and windy day (Campbell’s condensed tomato soup has been a godsend on these days) we visited a large forest (13,000 hectares) which is the most important and largest remaining Kauri forest in ...