Grand Mercure Puka Park Resort
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- Refrigerator in room
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Mercure Puka Park Resort Pauanui
The Resort is really superb...we expected a tree house and got luxury. Lovely staff who make you feel so welcome food superb we can't find fault ...... go there.........!!!!!
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... 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 ...
I woke up and opened the windows to see beautiful views which I quickly recorded on camera in all directions. Their home is surrounded by a golf course and lovely streams, a lovely place to live! After a great breakfast, Ken Drove us to Thames and up the west coast of the Coromandel Penninsula. We drove through magnificent scenery, gorgeous views of grass covered hills, beautiful ...
... beautiful views as we Wales onto the beaches admiring the landscapes. Eventually made it to the Hot Water Beach just in time. The tide was coming back in. Hot water rises up to the beach, heated by a leftover magma chamber from 5 million years ago. We jumped into a pre-dug hole by the last beach goers and bathed in the hot water, in places the water was almost 100 degrees!!
... during low tide (or a couple of hours either side anyway) it’s popular to dig pools in the sand and enjoy the natural hot water pools. We arrive earlier than planned – more than two hours before low tide – and the beach is absolutely heaving already. Well, part of it is anyway – a small section maybe 30 or 40 metres wide and 20 metres deep is busy, the rest is largely empty! We can guess where the hot water springs are! We head over with ...
... place, where all sorts of agricultural machinery and
implements of another age are collected, some of them in good, workable
condition. Fun to watch.
Once north of Tauranga the road starts to wind
seriously, and ups and downs are common. This is Kiwi country, I should say
Kiwi-growing country. Very many vast orchards where the branches of male plants
grow on wires, much higher than the female ones. Also large stands of avocado
trees can be seen. At ...