Baileys At The Beach Motel

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

Canyon exploration Waiwawa River

A travel blog entry by philipbeech on Mar 22, 2014

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... B.W.Hayward spent 31 days mapping the area
for his university thesis.{1} ) Ive added the link to the thesis as it
contains locations of several other small canyons in the table mountain area.

First descent (this century) Philip Beech and Rhonda Mill

Earlier descents by kauri loggers, and possibly in 1971 by a
geologist Bruce William Hayward


Sunday at the Cathedral

A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth on Feb 09, 2014

5 photos

... slightly better when we left, but not much.

This beach was much more to our liking. We had no problem setting up on a patch of sand with no one near us. I grabbed our waterproof camera and headed into the water so I could snap the quintessential shot of the archway. I swam out to position myself for the shot, but I had to wait for a tour boat that was floating in front of the archway. Five minutes later I got the photo I wanted. The instant feedback of ...


A travel blog entry by amyclaridge23 on Jan 31, 2014

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... boring since everywhere I suggested going everyone shot down, I think everyone just wanted to get back so we headed back. We planned to head back to the beach at 1am for the second high tide but we were so tired that we just chilled and watched a film instead. Annoyingly, the next day, our sunbathing day, was cold and cloudy so I just used the day to sort out my life before heading to the Mount to visit Jade. Much love for Cormadel, well worth a visit! ...

Cathedral Cove, Sting Rays and Hot Water Beach

A travel blog entry by pinklady27 on Dec 15, 2013

30 photos

... and a tiny section of sand crammed with more tourists than we have seen in our whole time in NZ. What was the magnetic like pull that this place exerted on people? Well for two hours before and after high tide you can dig a hole a certain points on the beach and it will fill with hot water, seeping through the sand and creating your own hot pool. The closer you are to the 'hot spots' the hotter the water. Pleased that despite the advancing tide there was ...


A travel blog entry by tom-rw on Dec 09, 2013

Having now spent such a long time in the bay if Islands, we have had some time to meet some of the people. One of which is traveling down to near where we are going and offered to give us a lift. We set of on the four hour car journey at 11:30, with a bus to catch at 3:30. We were supposed to leave ...

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