Rolleston Motel

105 Rolleston Street, Thames, The Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 105 Rolleston Street, Thames.
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    Travel Blogs from Thames

    What a stunning coastline!

    A travel blog entry by mrandmrswaite14 on Jul 18, 2014


    ... with tiny fish and when we reached edge of the rocks and looked at the sea below we saw a large snapper swimming and his smaller friends swimming beside in the crystal clear blue water! Near to Auckland we stopped off at the Tawharanui Peninsula, the sun was setting and it was getting quite cold so we put on our jumpers and ran along the beach to get warm again :) Once we arrived in Auckland, Caroline kindly made a lovely warming roast dinner and we caught up on all ...

    End Of Term 1

    A travel blog entry by slsmolowe on Apr 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... focusing on graph transformations, applications of trigonometry (ferris wheel type problems), and finding all solutions to a trig equation. I am learning right along side of the students, but am thrilled to be able to test them and see how they do!

    Overall, this was an amazing 4 weeks and I cannot wait for my last two. But for now, I am very, very ready for a 2 week vacation to the South Island with Meghan and Courtney!

    For my Manheim Township Students!

    A travel blog entry by slsmolowe on Apr 08, 2014

    1 comment

    ... Google). Fun Fact: there are approximately 11 sheep for every person in NZ, so you can imagine just how many sheep there are!

    30. What are the popular majority of their religion?
    I have not come across this question yet, so I did a little research. It looks like Christianity, while once the popular majority, has fallen to less than half of the population. Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam also claim a small majority ...

    Ab Zorbing Days Out

    A travel blog entry by derekandjo on Feb 20, 2014

    17 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Matamata and Hobbiton to Coromandel (day 26)

    A travel blog entry by maria_devine on Jan 08, 2014

    1 comment, 60 photos

    ... were built out of permanent materials, including the artificial tree which was made from steel and silicon - yet looks so real! (The wonders of the Weta workshop we visited a few days ago!) Neighbours and locals had been knocking on the door of the Alexander family for years requesting to look around or have tours and so this was why they made the site permanent. The entire reconstruction process took 2 years which is ...