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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... either. We reached coromandel in time for a stroll along the main St as it has become an arty and foodie town. Local mussel fritters were on offer but we re breed the whitebait ones so instead went and had a cup of artisanal tea with a tasty brownie. We could have bought an organic butternut squash as well but settled on a couple of books from a charity shop.Definitely a sign of gentrification as was the old gold mine bank building housing an antique ...
... without one last walk to see a 1,200 year old (and unusually square-shaped) Kauri tree.
Unfortunately the weather had turned and it started to rain, but it didn’t stop us seeing this amazing tree, whose trunk was indeed... square shaped! It was a great walk to end our trip around the beautiful Coromandel Peninsula, but it wasn’t as good as those final two slices of cake from the Coromandel café – they were DELICIOUS! ...
... there's gonna be some foo"! One eagerly tried to hop in the back of the vehicle. The pigs looked more boar like and were not the pudgy pink ones we are used to. They were black, white with black spots and a couple or gingers. The all had bristly hair and long snouts. The largest mommas were about 75 lbs and the smallest were probably about 10lbs. The migration of the pigs must have alerted the owner as a bushy-haired, bare foot fellow ambled over. He was super ...
... a single girl from France and us. The town itself has some interesting gift shops and cafes but we decided to move onto COROMANDEL which is on the western tip, again over the mountains and more winding road. The view at the peak before descending into the town was worthwhile and soon we were exploring the Main Street. Lyn and I have been struggling with head colds the last couple of days and combined with the driving and boat ride a rest in the car in the ...
... provided some delicious ones which we saved for lunch the following day but those we sat and ate at The Mussel Kitchen were quite special. We were entertained by the Harley Davidson bike tour which also had chosen to eat there; A group of Indians of varying ages were obviously having a bonding experience on bikes which thankfully were not started up until after we'd left. Our return took us to New Chums Beach which is only reached by walking along the rocky foreshore . A ...