Beach House Motel

Address: 224 Papamoa Beach Road, Papamoa, Bay of Plenty, North Island, New Zealand | Motel
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This motel, located on 224 Papamoa Beach Road, Papamoa, is near Maunganui Beach.
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      Volcanic eruptions & geysers

      A travel blog entry by haddons on Oct 24, 2014

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      We intended tackling a 15km walk but having stoked up on a huge breakfast heard that the water taxi was not available until tomorrow so we went with the (lava) flow and changed our plans. We spent a rather morbid morning (new word for Nia) in the Buried village learning about the fate of the 150 people who died in the dramatic eruption of the 1886 eruption of Mount Tarawera. Not very heartened ...

      Kia Ora

      A travel blog entry by themossfamily on Aug 12, 2014

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      ... The Californian Redwoods apparently grew 3x better here than in their native country. We had a lovely walk. I could have continued for hours, but dusk was looming. The trees were huge, with an even bigger one than the last drawing you deeper into the forest. We all joined hands around one tree and we were nowhere near half way around it. It felt just like a Sunday back home, where we would get our wellies and walking boots on, and head off for the day for ...

      Gorges, Mines, and Nice Eggy Smells

      A travel blog entry by orla_liam on May 08, 2014

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      ... would definitely recommend it if you are in the area.

      Sunday was less exciting, but no less fun. We checked out of the hostel and headed a bit south to the Buried Village. This is the site of the 1886 eruption of the Tarawera volcano, which buried several towns nearby with between 1.5m and 15m of hot mud. Te Wairoa is the only one that has been partly excavated because it was the farthest away from ...

      Day 30 Trip to Rotorua

      A travel blog entry by stuartandsue on Feb 22, 2014

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      ... jam. I only half watched the rugby because she was so interesting and very English ( originally from Wiltshire). Many of us will know Dylan Hartley's reputation as a bit of a bad boy at times and it was fascinating to hear a grandmother's perspective. Anyway up there, as one of the great events of our trip, is our meeting with Mr and Mrs Straker. Dylan Hartley's grandparents. Thank you both! Next stop is Mount Maungunai. Packed to the rafters with the national ...

      A first...

      A travel blog entry by philg on Feb 21, 2014

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      Morning, well what a funny day yesterday was! We set off at a now leisurely pace to head towards Tauranga to head towards the Aircraft museum there, we got there in plenty of time but as they had a few functions on, some of the exhibits weren't accessible etc...shame. Tauranga is still the home of Les Munro who piloted a Lancaster during the Dambusters raid. We drove straight to our campsite at Papamoa, we had seen some pics and it looked stunning with ...

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