Hotel Whitianga

Address: Esplanade Lane, P.O. Box 11, Whitianga, The Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Esplanade Lane, P.O. Box 11, Whitianga.
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Travel Blogs from Whitianga

After the storm

A travel blog entry by dwrwhistler on Dec 21, 2014

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... and narrow with one lane bridges is the order of highway design in this part of the world - simply stunning, We find ourselves feeling like we are in Polynesia with the temperatures of Vancouver on a warm summer day - a delightful combination to say the least.

Tomorrow we head back to Auckland for a quick 2 day glimpse of what meant to be another stunning city before we make our way back home in time for Christmas dinner.

North Island

A travel blog entry by neilhorne13 on Dec 12, 2014

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... mud pools and hot spa baths. What a treat. Headed up eastwards on to Coromandel peninsula which we'll explore for a few days. We are at Hot Water Beach now, enjoying full breakfast (a la Anne) in campsite after rising at dawn to catch the hot water pools in the sand at low tide. You dig your own hole, so to speak. Extraordinary! We feel very clean... lovely walk along coast to spectacular Cathedral Cove. Popped into ...

What a stunning coastline!

A travel blog entry by mrandmrswaite14 on Jul 18, 2014


... visiting Ben's aunt Mal and Uncle Alan, it was so nice to see them and explore the town and the surrounding areas. We visited Whangarei falls and the water was in full flow with all the heavy rain last week, it was cascading off the ridge at quite some speed! There was a corrigated iron walk-way over the falls and a lovely path which took you around the woodland surrounding the waterfall. The path lead you to the bottom of the waterfall and the spray from the water ...

New Zealand - Coromandel Peninsula

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Mar 25, 2014

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... recovered 70 tons of gold and silver bullion and there are plenty of remnants in the town to remind us of that even in these days. Thames had a small beginning with the first official strike of gold in 1867. The big "bonanza" was between 1869 and 1871. In 1871 the top producing Caledonian Mine turned out more than 10 tons with a total value of NZD 1,950,000.

While I was having a short nap Gonzalo turned off the engine which actually woke me up. All of us got out of ...

Ab Zorbing Days Out

A travel blog entry by derekandjo on Feb 20, 2014

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... Barry Brickell built the 17 gauge railway bit by bit to transport clay down the hill and he laid every bit of track by himself. To shaw up the sides he used bottles left from parties, he must have partied a lot. It is an amazing project and he has also planted thousands of trees and handed the land to the state, so it will never change, what a guy.
So we have been busy and still more to see and ...