Kingfisher Lodge Motel

Address: 1 Lee St., P.O. Box 28, Whitianga, The Coromandel, North Island, 2856, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1 Lee St., P.O. Box 28, Whitianga.
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A travel blog entry by nette2207 on Feb 20, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

Cathedral cove and Hot Water Beach The walk to Cathedral Cove is challenging to say the least and we saw many youngsters puffing and panting on the steep climb. Kath was amazing, particularly with the hot sun beating down on us. When we eventually arrived at the cove it was very busy as it seems they now taxi people in by boat. I don't think this is a good idea. Surely, the amazing scenery and beautiful beach should ...

Did you know

A travel blog entry by stevecherylmoss on Feb 04, 2015


... NZ : NZ is about the same size as GB. There are 4.5 million people, 1 m on South Island the rest in the north. 1 m of these live in Aukland. It is not crowded! There are a lot of sheep but not as many as there used to be as the wool markets is not as good as pre polyester times You see nearly as many deer as sheep in some parts as it's very popular here with venison quite common. ( they also like hunting) You don't have to have car insurance in NZ ( I can't get my head ...

It's a small world afterall !!!!!

A travel blog entry by mfbernier65 on Oct 15, 2014


... which we all see regularly in Florida) and very quick. What a sight to see them play/jump in the wake as well as the front of the boat - Rip got some great pictures. They live/hunt in large pods so we saw quite a few of them. Also saw some new birds, the gannet, the oyster catcher, the backbacked gull and the chaffinch. Also saw a manta ray and an European hegdehog - I though it looked like a scrub ...

Coromandel and onwards

A travel blog entry by edandkate on Jun 09, 2014

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On arrival at the Coromandel Peninsular the owner of the campsite informed us that 200ml of rain was forecast for overnight so he would move his van so that we could park on the Tarmac rather than take a risk down on the grass. The campsite wasn't at all busy so we were able to make use of the facilities (kitchen & lounge) as if it were our own. After dinner we watched a DVD before heading to bed. Overnight we were both conscious of the wind and the rain beating down ...

New Zealand - Coromandel Peninsula

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

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... Captain James Cook. While the first Polynesian explorer to sight the Coromandel Peninsula was reputed to be Kupe around 950 A.D., Captain Cook sailed into the place of today´s Mercury Bay much later, in November 1769. Since he observed the transit of the planet Mercury across the face of the sun, he named the place Mercury Bay. Another place bearing the captain´s name is a small town called Cooks Beach.

From Whitianga we continued to Hot Water Beach where we hoped ...

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