Summit Motor Lodge

Address: 213 Waihi Road, Tauranga, Bay of Plenty, North Island, 3110, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 213 Waihi Road, Tauranga, is near Maunganui Beach and Waimarino Adventure Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Tauranga

      We arrive in Tauranga

      A travel blog entry by sandshoephil on Feb 12, 2015

      5 photos

      ... some time later in the year when our situation with employment is clearer.

      I feel like some "Phil-time" so I decline the invitation to dine out with the team this evening and instead I venture to the corner pub alone. My meat-loaf and a pint of Export Gold costs me only $23....definitely cheaper than most meals we have had so far on tour. Back in the hotel by 10:00 and ready for a game tomorrow after a couple of days without ...

      Waihi Goldmines

      A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Nov 11, 2014

      1 comment, 43 photos

      ... an experience! A bit like a nightmare! You are walking along and the hole at the other end never seems to get bigger! And when it does, it seems to play on your mind and take even longer. It took us around 20 minutes to get to the other end marching pretty fast! The gorge walk after this was tremendous and we then walked back to Dickey the way we came. Probably about 8 hours on our feet! We were the only campers that night! ...

      Tauranga, Rotarua, Sheep, Dogs & Geysers

      A travel blog entry by rozzij on Oct 18, 2014

      6 photos

      ... never worked. It has been the downfall of the Maoris. Soon all claims will be settled.

      There were 70 million sheep in New Zealand between the 1950's and the 1980's when synthetic fibre became popular. Today there are 40 million sheep. Most farmers went into dairy cows and by the 90's the small dairies became co-operatives until Fontera now buys all the milk exporting 95% of the product.

      Te Puke was dairy but has now gone over to the production of Kiwi ...

      The mount

      A travel blog entry by laney182 on Sep 05, 2014

      17 photos

      ... so can't moan. Anyway that's about it really, oh my plans have changed slightly. I'm looking to be in New Zealand for about 2 years in total then do a few weeks in Australia, a month or so in Asia and then I got a place to stay in Canada so hopefully I will get over there, then I might return home....might. Stay safe and I will update once something more interesting happens. Miss you guys Adam ...

      Honking Holes, Hongi and Haka

      A travel blog entry by fuzzyfruit on Apr 19, 2014

      33 photos

      ... point we sat for a moment's rest and switched off our headtorches to marvel at the gloworms. It is actually their excrement that glows so as to attract other flies to eat so we were very careful not to touch any after that! Our leaders told us more about the formation of stalactites and stalagmites and overall it was a good mixture of information and excitement. From here, the only way was up so we began our scramble back to the surface. With short legs, ...