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 ...
... Cornish Pumphouse, similar in design to those used in Cornish tin mines, once used to pump water from the mine, stands above the town as a symbol of its mining history.
Karangahake Gorge produced 60% of New Zealand's gold during its heyday, some 4m ounces of gold being extracted from 1m tons of ore, however reserves were limited and most of the mines closed by ...
Waihi was everything we expected it to be! We first went to the visitors centre which proved really helpful. We booked onto a Martha Gold Mine tour and it was fantastic! The centre is new and the Museum was really informative, beautifully done, and we spent 1 1/2 hours enjoying the displays. The tour bus then collected us and took us inside the open cast mining areas and the cyanide tanks. The process is still used ...
... family, where every day is a holiday.From Hahei beach, you can walk to Catherdral Cove, however this was a 3 hour round trip, and so we decided to drive to Cathedral Cove carpark, and walk the 45 minutes to the cove from there. This was an excellent decision, as the 45 minute walk to the cove and 45 minute back was strenuous enough for the girls. The girls counted approx. 200 steps, that wasn’t including the steps off the beaten track to Gem Stone and Stingray bay, which ...
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