Baileys At The Beach Motel

Address: 66 Buffalo Beach Road, Whitianga, The Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 66 Buffalo Beach Road, Whitianga.
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Travel Blogs from Whitianga

What a stunning coastline!

A travel blog entry by mrandmrswaite14 on Jul 18, 2014


... it's like looking back in time! They are strange looking birds with their oval shaped bodies, tiny heads and extremely long thin beaks foraging in the ground for something to eat. They're so skittish any noise you made they would dive into the nearest hiding spot, so we were very careful not to make a sound! On Wednesday we said farewell to Alan and Mal and set off on the coastal route back to Auckland. We had planned to stay in a small coastal town called Thames about ...

Cyclone Lusi

A travel blog entry by rnelson on Mar 15, 2014

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... midst of a cyclone (typhoon) with dire warnings to stay inside, don't drive, blah, blah, blah. It was raining sheets! I knew I shouldn't have talked about the weather. It's supposed to be better tomorrow, but unfortunately our kayaking trip to Cathedral Cove in the morning has been cancelled because of the rough surf. We're in a nice B&B just off the coast, and it is ...

What to do?

A travel blog entry by mikewalkabout on Feb 03, 2014

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The new student is due in a few days so I've been evicted from 73 Glenvar rd . So I just went next door to number 75. I'm staying with nooska ,lovely lady from Slovakia originally . My plan on arriving here in NZ was to try and get my residency re-enstated, not looking hopeful. However if I get a job offer there is a route that way. I have been introduced to a few people ...


A travel blog entry by amyclaridge23 on Jan 31, 2014

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... immense logic skills to realise that if we went nearer the sea maybe the sea would cool the water. Eventually we gave up on finding a warm pool and just sat in a cool pool. Then the FABULOUS Indian family next to us asked if we wanted some of their hot water and thus began our incredible tap system of just briefly breaking down the wall between our pools every time our pool got chilly. And therefore it was PERFECT. We had a well deserved chill, making ...

Cathedral Cove, Sting Rays and Hot Water Beach

A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Dec 15, 2013

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... exercise Rhianwyn made quick process to the buoy John was now hanging on to. The water was murky with bits of seaweed swirling in the deep water. On reaching the buoy she read about the poisonous creatures feeding on the bottom of the Ocean and that Stingrays knew no boundaries, they didn't always stay at Stingray Bay, but came to this bay too, can't they read! Panicking Rhianwyn wanted just one thing, to get back to the relative safety of the shore some 300m ...

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