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... left a seven, and as the sun has come back we walked on the lake beach at nine thirty; it was so calm that all the buildings on the shore were perfectly reflected even from miles away. At ten we left to see some local sights. A few minute to the South were three lakes: a blue one, (Tikitapu), a green one, (Rotokahi), just next to each other and another, (Tarawera), in which Amanda went swimming while a woman paddled off with a fishing rod, in a kayak, to catch trout. Then off up to the ...
... The 60 % underground mining is at much greater expense, but gets a much greater yield. Locals are not so happy about this, those who are not employed by the mine! A few protest posters are about but generally not many. Most of the locals are involved with the mine one way or the other!
We stayed for 2 nights at Dickey Flats DOC Campground. We had filled up with drinking water (10++ Litres with 2 platipus ...
... guests in the summer. The girls eagle eyes (or maybe Mike’s I’m not sure which), had also spotted you could hire go-karts to ride around the campsite. A promise was made that we would do that tomorrow, as this morning we were governed by the tides. We needed to be at Hot Water Beach 2 hours either side of the low tide.Armed with our spades from the very friendly lady at reception, we headed off on the short 15 minute walk from our campsite to ...
... his knee started to hurt as well! The ride at that hour of the morning was beautiful and in no time at all we were sitting at the Waikino Train Station waiting for the vintage train to take us to our final resting place Waihi. The train ride is a must and a fantastic way to end our trail. It is run by volunteers so can be a bit unreliable as we found at the start of our journey, but what characters. At first I thought the train driver was pointing things out to the ...
... the legs) to cathedral cove! Was a beautiful beach , we had a swim and walked back :-) Then at low tide we headed down to hot water beach for the evening sun and the famous hot pools! We made the mistake of digging our hole to close to the sea and didn't realise how quick the tide would come back in and lost all our belongings to a wave! Toms camera has unfortunately broke :( but he did manage to save the ...
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308-310 Port Road, Whangamata | Motelfrom $93