Coromandel Court Motel

Address: 365 Kapanga Road , The Coromandel, North Island, 3506, New Zealand | Motel
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This motel, located on 365 Kapanga Road , The Coromandel, is near Driving Creek Railway and Potteries, Mercury Bay, and Cormandel Forest Park.
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Travel Blogs from The Coromandel

Hot Water Beach

A travel blog entry by ls90000 on Mar 14, 2014

On our last full day together we went to Hot Water Beach. At low tide you can dig a hole in the sand that fills with hot water from some natural hot springs. We dug by far the best hole on the beach, it was long enough to lay down in & wide enough for three people, it had walls to defend ...

Coromandel, Hot Water Beach, Hahei Boat Ride

A travel blog entry by edsutch on Jan 08, 2014

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... had taken from the left over ham joint from dinner just before we left. A short drive back into town, a dose of sun cream and it was time to walk around another town, this time Becky actually bought some stuff so it seemed a worthwhile walk around - I did my usual thing of looking at a lot of things and buying nothing! After a couple of hours we made our way out of the town, we needed to get across to the other side of the Peninsular - it was only about 50km or so, and it seemed ...

Long lost family, hitch-hiking and a party

A travel blog entry by lucystu on Dec 26, 2013

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... They basically spent 2 hours convincing me to stay in New Zealand forever and telling me how much they hate Australians, so pretty standard for kiwi's. I was able to take a photograph that my dad obtained from his late father. I have attached the photograph because I also think it's fantastic. The smallest child is my Great Uncle Bill, Zoe's father, Zoe had never seen this photograph before and I could sense the pleasure she took in receiving it as her father only passed ...

Halloween, a safari and moving house

A travel blog entry by lucystu on Nov 04, 2013

1 comment, 8 photos

... finishing the wwoofer hut but we also found time to play on Geoff's new quad bikes, racing round the 180 acre farm in classic NZ torrential rain. I have found that when it rains in NZ, it really rains, none of this "it's spitting" malarkey that we have in the UK. Kortne and I travelled north on saturday to work at a school gala day near Whangerei. We took the safari ride, which is essentially just a sit down lawn mower with 3 trailers attached to the back, ...

"Waboba will change your life"

A travel blog entry by jessicalewin on Mar 22, 2013

... to do with a bleeding kitten, keep it in my tent?! Frustrated and stuck for ideas I left the kitten in the man's empty caravan while I discussed what to do with my travel mates. Options: 1. Keep cat in caravan full of rusty things overnight and if it's still alive in the morning drive well out of our way to a vet; 2. Drown the cat in a river to end its suffering quickly; 3. A better idea which none of us could think of. Not liking ideas 1 or 2 that much, I continued my hunt for ...