Baileys Motel

66 Buffalo Beach Road, Whitianga, The Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Whitianga

Ab Zorbing Days Out

A travel blog entry by derekandjo


We are having to pack a lot in now as the days are running out and still plenty to do. In Rotorua Jo achieved a wish of hers and went Zorbing, I did not as it was a sure fire way to make me ill. Jo got strapped into the giant ball and was released down the valley and the screams could be heard for miles but at the end she emerged laughing and said it was great ! From there we drove to Waimangu ...

Northern Exposure

A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth

... information center, we settled on Otama Beach because Holly found us a campsite for $20 per night, whereas others in the area charged up to $50. Shortly after leaving the town, we stopped at the top of a mountain pass. From there, we could see the peninsula's east and west coasts. Spectacular!

The campground at Otama Beach was basically four connected fields with some fences and trees. The price was right though and it is across the ...

Xmas and New Year festivities

A travel blog entry by dianadoone


... from the day's fishing trip was the starter followed by lamb and home made burgers on the barbie. All in all a massive eating and drinking fest for two weeks. Over the period we did manage to have some walks and swims and a fishing trip. The latter was not very successful but we did see some little blue penguins and I got to drive the boat! We also had a massive downpour one night which left a new river outside the house for half a ...

Trip of a Lifetime

A travel blog entry by simonlowe


... roads ever, we ended up for the evening in Whitianga at the north east corner of the Coromandel Peninsular.

Quick Maori lesson here. ‘Wh’ in Maori is actually pronounced as an ‘F’. Hence Whitianga is actually Fitianga and Whangamata is Fangamata. It also explains perhaps why the Maori for ‘Family Tree’ is ‘Whakapapa’!

The following morning we continued ...

First Day on The Road!

A travel blog entry by wanderandwonder


... t help but feel a little guilty as were drove around this absolutely stunning country near the end of October in shorts and tee-shirts! Fraser, you would have loved it! Very 'Lord of the Rings-ey' !!!

Anyway Were going to get that dinner cooked! Hit us back with some comments, we miss you guys and enjoy reading what everyone has to say !

Good morning !

Ian and Victoria ...


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