Cameron Thermal Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Left Napier mid-morning to travel to Tauranga stopping for a mid-journey lunch stop at Lake Taupo where we had a sandwich which we bought at Subways the night before. Whilst the temperature reached 28°c at one stage with blue skies all the way distant mountain was covered in snow (welcome England). Leaving Lake Taupo we visited Huka Falls wonderful …
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We did many day adventures after our first outing to Hobbiton. If you ever go to New Zealand, two words we have for you are, hike everywhere! There are so many beautiful sites hidden right off beautiful roads. We went to Kiate Falls, Kerosene Creek (a thermal pool heated by the underground lava flow), Te Waihou Walkway (one of the clearest natural springs in the world, where they bottle water straight from the spring), and so ...
... thought I'd head in that direction. It was damp and quiet, would've been perfect for running on, not a tree root in sight! I walked a up a path I thought was right but came to a clearing and could hear the road nearby, not that way! Walked up another path, same thing! Tried a third, walked for a lot longer before coming to an intersection. A couple of MTB riders came through so I asked if they thought I was on the right track. They thought maybe I was, so I continued up the ...
... face to meet. Again a wonderful addition to our family and another lovely evening of food, drink and great company was had!
Our last day in Tauranga was Tuesday and it would find us back at the Mount again! We made our farewells to Ian, Rachael and Shani - I’m sure it will be au revoir - and headed to the Mount where we were going to attempt to climb this time, with Emma, Ruby and Steve in tow. Helen stayed down below reading her book and ...
... to sleep to avoid the nausea that was quickly approaching. Almost through the largest of the mountains we stopped for a couple of pictures of the lush forest complete with an abundance of fern palms. After another hour we stopped in Tairu for a bit of a break. We decided to stretch our legs by climbing to the top of an extinct volcano called Mount Paku. We enjoyed epic views of Tairu's beaches and inlets. The were several sand ...