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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
TravelPod Member ReviewsBreakers Motel Whangamata
I have stayed here a few times & I love this place. It's clean & modern, not too pricey. The pool is great & easily accessible from the rooms. It's close to the highway but not noisy at all & is a great distance from the beach.
Love this place!
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I should not have been flippant about fire station next door. The siren went off at 3.30 am, after which the baby next door took some time getting back to sleep. Thanks to those who remembered the old git's birthday. Very kind. I must admit that I don't really understand anniversaries. Except that this year I am remembering three important ones: 60 years ago I was eight and coping with my first year away in England at boarding school; 50 years ago at eighteen I emerged into ...
Up to the beach! We need some sun and sand. My parents were excited to be taking us to a part of the island we had not yet explored on our own. The Coromandel Peninsula is famous for its produce, beaches and seafood. We found a great campground steps away from the beach. It was the ideal location to take photos of our car and tent for our internet postings to sell it. "Great Backpacker Car – compete with bed in back, tent and all the camping ...
... of thick lush green forests dipping down into gorges. All roads have limits on bends with bright yellow shevrons usually 85,75,65k but today it was 45,35,25 k so that shows the tightness of the bends and also the steepness both up and down. I preferred the down but that means up is just round the corner.we haven't got many pictures. I was driving and stopping points don't exit or are always on the wrong side of road! Chris was holding on tight but did enjoy some of the ...
... engaged in a push-a-thon. The track wound its way through paddocks with cattle and sheep so we were on our bikes when it wasn't too steep to ride. But the ground was so bumpy from stock tracks in the wet it literally shook ya guts out. The track down ...
... It is quite possible to summit any of the highest points surrounding the gorge, but with our headlamps we wanted to explore into the tunnels. We've been climbing up almost every weekend now, so it's time for a break! After leaving the vans at the car park in front of the world famous (I'd never heard of it) Talisman Cafe, we crossed the suspension bridge that connects to one of ...