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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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Left Whittianga heading for Hot Water Beach. The best time to get there is 2 hours before high tide which today is at 12 noon. So we got there after 10 and already there were lots of people on the beach digging pools to sit in. We went and hired our spade and Brian chose a spot and started digging - in a certain area on the beach there are hot springs under the sand and as you dig your hole it fills with hot water. In some places you have to ...
It was a fair question. I hadn't spoken yet, and New Zealand, as I may have pointed out already, is filled with Germans. But no, I have not become one-no! I said. My new dorm has three Malaysians, who asked the question, a compulsory German, Yvonne, who was chatty in Paihia, and someone else who has yet to appear. Just a short hop today, an afternoon two hours on the bus to Thames. Gold was found here (1867-production peaked in 71, so it was a ...
... to the top of the cliffs to see what the view was like. We found a small car park with signs for a footpath along the top of the cliffs to a viewing point. Quite a good walk but the view from some parts of the cliffs was awesome! Returned home and met everyone down at the beach but as soon as we arrived and started paddling, the black clouds gathered and the thunder and lightning started. We ran for home. Later in the afternoon, Oliver and Liam's mum, Vicky arrived and ...
Hi family, It's the first time we take some time to wander through one of the tiny beach towns, sit down with great cappuccino and carrot cake....and wi-fi of course. After we had our battery changed in Auckland (people were really nice helping us there, and we were back on the road in no-time) we drove to the Coromandel Penninsula and spent the night in Tairoua. There was a tiny free-camping spot just on a parking lot next to ...
... early missed tourist buses. Met Kate (what a babe) an Air hostess who invited us to stay at here family beach house.
Got to have a little fun with my Go Pro at Hot Water Beach in the Coromandel region near Hahei.
The beach has naturally occurring hot water streams that flow under the sand. At low tide they can be accessed with the help of a trusted spade and some man power.
You have to be careful though as depending on where ...