Baileys At The Beach Motel
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... major pest and eat all the produce as it's growing and ruin everything, hence the trapping and killing.) So we go outside and there is Sue's mum from next door who has an animal in a cage trap. This does NOT look like a possum. Turns out, possums here look like this. SO much cuter than American possums! I immediately regretted my decision to be apart of this... Ugly animals, ok. Cute animals, not as ok. So Hal takes the cage over to the side of the ...
Eventually got up and put on our togs on an adventure to find some hot water....it was raing, the wind was trying to lift us off our feet, and no hot water was found. Some funny photos were gotten though. Hit the road for Coromandel town, some more dirt tracks were found on route, loving these. Its a reasonably ...
... and have a look around the area before heading to Paeroa to get some photos of the Big L & P bottle. From there we head to The Mount. Hopefully the weather holds out. We've been nervously watching it cave in this afternoon.
So… after our leisurely stroll into town for dinner… here I sit typing this entry while I wait for the washing machine to finish.
Pressing on, we headed down the coast then turned east again to carry on our journey on the other side of the estuary. Passing through Thames, an old gold mining town which had a real wild west feel, we reached a Butterfly garden which Bas had recommended we visit.
It was really interesting, a huge tropical room, set at just the right temp for butterflies to thrive - and they did, ...
... was simply stunning! High mountains to the east with a windy road, next to the sea, that would put the average Mediterranean tourist trap to shame. We departed from this road, to go east, across the mountains. The photo's below will give you an idea of the view from this wild, gravel ...