Ocean Beach Resort and Holiday Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOcean Beach Resort and Holiday Park Umina Beach
The park was very expensive place to stay at $62 dollars a night for a powered caravan site. It has a great position with direct access onto the beach and a great family park with heaps for the kids to keep them occupied.
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Our trip to Umina with Gran Pa Gran Pa Lou Annie Darryl Cassey Caitlin Craig Mel Cooper Georgia Fiona Brett Jake Ellie
... We had debated doing the bridge climb, but it cost over $200 and I wasn't sure I could even do it because of my fear of heights. We decided that the walk across probably had the same or similar views. We took our time walking across taking lots pictures and enjoying the view. We made our way back to the start of the bridge where there was a chance to go up into one of the bridges pylons for a view of the city and the bridge itself. It cost ...
... our shuttle bus to the airport and sat for some breakfast whilst we waited for our check in to open. As we cued we sized our luggage up compared to those around us and decided we were probably going to get hammered with charges for overweight baggage considering it was a domestic flight as in thailand. Luckily... No such problem occurred. The only issue we had was my doing... As I packed in such a hurry and just ...
... curry pie. Both were tasty, but very filling. By then, we were feeling pretty darn full!!! But it was off to a local "hotel" (a.k.a pub) for a beer tasting. They gave us a sampling of 3 different ales/lager. The Grifter Pale Ale was my favorite.
Instead of riding the bus back to the hotel, Dave and I decided to walk off a few of the calories and so headed back through the beautiful ...
... on the spot the driver started calling around to get another two buses sent out to pick us all up. One bus would take the Rotorua area passengers and another would be an express for the rest of us going through to Wellington. A while after we were all informed of this plan we were then informed that we were officially stranded since no company had any buses to spare. They then hatched a plan to hire out all the taxi's in the area ...