Palm Pacific Resort Whangamata
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... sunny and clear. Hooray. Though newspaper headlines predict the arrival of the worst cyclone for forty, thirty or twenty years, depending on the 'class' of publication this Sunday night. Lots more trees, valleys, and greenery and cattle, today, but again, all a bit different. Pleasant enough motel, The Palm Pacific: two bedrooms, kitchen, lounge, bathroom, and a small terrace at the back next to a pool. Hot tub. Next to a fire station. If the siren sounds and doesn't stop, then head ...
Up to the beach! We need some sun and sand. My parents were excited to be taking us to a part of the island we had not yet explored on our own. The Coromandel Peninsula is famous for its produce, beaches and seafood. We found a great campground steps away from the beach. It was the ideal location to take photos of our car and tent for our internet postings to sell it. "Great Backpacker Car – compete with bed in back, tent and all the camping ...
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What was a good camping location last night turned out to be not so good through the night, as a vicious SW wind blew up (as in more vicious than it was yesterday), and rocked the van about 2am along with a heap of rain. We considered moving somewhere else, but was too tired to turn thoughts into action, so just sat it out. Still I didn't get back to sleep until about 6am and I think Donna struggled too - especially when ...
... where we were and got on the right route to Goat Island! By the time we arrived at Goat Island the sun was low in the sky, which made it all the more stunning! The island is covered in native large trees and ferns. The sea was lapping at the rocky shoreline in front of us as we both set off exploring the area. We forgot to bring our sandles from the car but that didn't stop us! We walked on the rocks barefoot with the rocks exfoliating our feet! The rock pools ...