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

    The Countdown Is On

    A travel blog entry by gogranny on May 16, 2015

    1 photo

    ... got it down to a pretty fine art now, and I'm watching my spending money savings grow quite steadily. As usual by the time I go I will have a tidy sum saved up, and everything will be paid for, so with luck there will be a very very small credit card bill waiting for me when I get back home.

    We've yet to finalise our flights but it is looking like Emirates to Cairo via Melbourne and Dubai - transit stops only ...

    Hauraki Rail Trail

    A travel blog entry by susannarachel on Apr 15, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... Sculptures depicting children at play in the gold era are scattered along the main street. We picked up some maps from the tourist information centre, looked through a craft shop, Darius chose a t-shirt. We then found a lovely cafe, called Bananapepper - again, servery style, grab a tray and select your cake or sandwich on the way along, coffee and pay at the end. This one was quirky and cosy, staffed by grandmotherly types, with a lovely selection of home made cakes. I chose ...

    A short drive to Tauranga!

    A travel blog entry by rdknztour on Mar 15, 2015

    ... done a safety check?". Adults do safety checks all the time!
    It is okay to provoke children's thinking and learning and be on that learning journey with them, but it is important to let the children drive the learning and not be an educator who takes over.
    The language of learning!
    What makes this place work?- listening dialogue- growing intelligence- playfulness- real work- surprise/uncertainty- continuity
    Reflections by ...

    Roturua to Hobbiton

    A travel blog entry by rach1644 on Feb 02, 2015

    5 photos

    ... is actually the gases produced from the steaming geysers, which are visible every few metres to the naked eye. Steaming pods seem to appear out of the grassy terrain, creating impressive explosions and stinky aromas. Imagine Jurassic Park. You know the scene where the little cute dinosaur suddenly appears and has a weird shaky mane around it then spits at the man?? It's nowhere near as scary as that, but the landscape isn't that dissimilar. We rested on ...

    Rotorua

    A travel blog entry by tomandnicky on Dec 01, 2014

    18 photos

    ... descending our way along the Pacific coastline, stopping occasionally to look at a view or to take a photo of Nic with a sign that had her surname on it, and having a crisp sandwich on a little bench overlooking the sea. That last bit wasn't quite as good as it sounds though, because little rain showers seem to be following us around and raining on us at the times we don't want to be rained on. This particular moment was whilst eating our sandwiches and enjoying the view, so ...