Baileys At The Beach Motel
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... warmed by the warmth left behind some distance beneath the surface, after the last volcanic action. With the high waves crashing onto the beach and the tide high ,there is no sign of us seeing them. After another visit to Hahei Beach ...and a quick snack,we return to our room . At least today it didn't rain any more today !! Quick trip out to get Fish and chips ,from what is described as our "town centre" Spent rest of evening watching ...
... we are righted with freebies, apologies & credit! We are on-line and mobile connected at least for now.... So after this diversion we head south and East to the Coromandel peninsula heading for Matarangi. A pit stop at Thames which is a real throw back - quaint and preserved gold rush town. Then onto incredibly windy mountain roads with stunning coast views to our exchange Bach (NZ term for holiday house) at Matarangi - hoorah 2degrees coverage works ...
... the ever increasing game of hide and seek. Worryingly this new car didn’t hide, instead joining up with the original mystery tree car for a matter of minutes before returning to the road. After 5 seasons of watching breaking bad drug deals, we decided to get the hell out of there. After a few more vain attempts at beating the system, we discovered a list of “allowed” camping areas, aka, a car park. The council had won this battle, ...
... of geothermic activity and it's volcanic so at the beach you dig a whole and hot water seeps out of the surface. Sometimes it can get really hot, up to 60-70 degrees but we mixed it with sea water and it was OK. We just stood back and watched the boys laboriously dig the sand a d make us a mini spa. It was like a warm, shallow bath. We hopped in and it was rather snug and funny with all these random people. After that we took advantage of a mini tour to Cathedral Cove. I'm not sure ...
... the beach. Otama Beach is about a kilometer long, enclosed by rock formations on each end. The sand is fine and soft, light tan in color. Not many people were on the beach that day. We walked past the heavyset couple sunbathing in the nude to find our own patch of beach. I tested the water. Cool, but swimmable. I opted to sit in one of our chairs though as Holly laid on a towel. It was a very peaceful place to be. The waves gently fwooshed as ...