Comfort Inn and Suites Coachman
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
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Owners are nice and the place is great and clean. Tonight we are having a grill and a home cooked meal.
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A bright, sunny morning. As a last chance I phoned the dive centre to check if there was any possibility of the Wednesday dive. A look at the weather forecast gave a worsening scenario, so definitely no Wednesday and unlikely to be a Saturday dive. Aardvarks!
So we moved on, over the Whakatane river bridge heading south west and inland. We …
... again stuffed my face with delicious food. Unlike normally, the extra food was not to be thrown out. Instead it was to me be given to the elderly. Normally (during the week days) the Stray Bus goes into the local school to give the children the extra food. The entire school apparently greet the bus with a haka, and its stunning. Afterwards the bus people get the opportunity to meet and talk with some of the kids at the school. This small meeting ...
... Wai-o-tapu, we headed back into town to see another park called Te Puia. Here we got a tour from a kind and clever Maori descendant (more or less). We got to see 2 more geysers here. A learned fact: There are roughly 1000 geysers in the world. 500 are in Yellowstone National Park in WY, 200 are in Russia and only 60 in New Zealand. Check the internet for the locations of the rest of them; I wasn’t taking notes. Anyway, ...
... to rain before braving the rain through some less exciting government gardens and hurriedly on to Rotorua museum. Unfortunately I had mistakenly thought this was free but since it cost a fair bit to go inside, we hung around in the shop and cafe area whilst the rain calmed down. Our walk had been cut short for now so we headed back to the hostel for lunch. On the way back we detoured via the town centre, buying some much needed wooly hats from the iSite - each town has these ...
... to feel pain, as they smiled and joked throughout the day, whilst we managed grimaces at best as we tried to fight through the cold, as the water temperature in the caves they estimate to be about 5 degrees! Through the incredible caves we walked the shallow points and where possible rafted along on our rubber rings, even jumping off three ledges in the dark! We spotted the ...