Bushland Park Lodge & Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
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... of the walks around and over it. Jen was outside talking to a driveway man and I had to wait while they discussed colour, quality, price and also where they get their salamis from. Jen insisted on making me breakfast. Which in the end was porridge. I was on the road by 10. First things first...coffee. Jen said she made a good one, but I'm a snob, and doubted her. Plus I like finding cafes and, just as importantly, cake. There is no shortage of ...
... trees laden with fruit and a couple of men walking around in beekeeping gear. Attractive house full of food goodies for sale plus the cakes and sandwiches. We went to Hot Water Beach where for two hours each side of low tide one digs a hole in the sand and wallows in hot spring water. (Spade rental $5).Along with maybe five hundred others! Anyway low tide was due at eight in the evening. So we moved on and sat on Hahei beach overlooking small islands in a wide bay. Amanda went ...
... and exchange email addresses as he has taken some shots of us in the Gorge. Back to our home at the Imperial Hotel, and we enjoy some more scallops, and the roast lamb seniors special, with a great house Sauvignon Blanc (L&P for Pete). I liaise with Paul about changing our accommodation on the queen Charlotte Track, which proves trickier than I thought. And Fern from Fernzretreat where we are staying in Mt Maunganui offers to pick us up from the bus station tomorrow ...
... how to go on, we decided to park near the city center and go for a walk.
Fortunately, a Kiwi man called Karl spoke to us and was afraid we are going to sleep there. He offered us to sleep at their holiday apartment nearby, using their facilities and have some drinks together.
He also told us that in Whangamata, there are heaps of young people on holidays in the summer, especially over New Years Eve, consuming drugs and alcohol. The right place to ...
The weather was so lovely when we arrived on the Coromandel Peninsula and as it wasn't expected to last we headed straight for the Hot Springs and Cathedral Cove on the east side. The area around Mercury Bay and Hahei was gorgeous. Captain Cook named Mercury Bay when he sheltered there in 1769 to watch the transition of Mercury across the Sun which enabled ...