Coromandel Colonial Cottages Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We arrived this evening at Cascade Kouri park which is an area of native bush with a number of walks in and around the rainforest. After battling with the rush hour traffic through Auckland we were glad to be able to persuade the ranger to allow us to camp here for the night (Camping was fine as long as we didn’t go walking after dark as the ranger would be shooting rabbits after ...
... and giant cliff formations. Not to mention the gorgeous tropical windflowers along the path. Once I arrive to Cathedral Cove I was slightly taken aback as there were SO many tourists and cameras cluttering the epic view, but the area is so spaced out once I got past the "viewing" I found a special place to lay in the sand, warm up and then go for a swim in the crystal TEAL water. It was a perfect day. I headed to Hot Water Beach, just down ...
... Bobby eine ganze Muschel runtergewürgt hat und ich die restlichen 18 verspeisen durfte.
An der Ostküste warteten als nächstes die 2 Hauptattraktionen von Coromandel Peninsula: Cathedral Cove und Hot Water Beach. Erstes haben wir noch am selben Tag besucht und wir hatten Glück nach einem sehr wechselhaften Tag, mit mehr Regen als Sonne, etwa 1 ½ Stunden abzupassen in denen es kaum geregnet hat. Zur Cathedral Cove, einer gewaltigen Sandsteinhöhle, welche ...
... 6 weeks we had to pay for a nights accommodation and we made use of it. We did our laundry, made use of the wifi downloading movies and enjoyed the hot showers. It was also the first time we could plug in the camper so we used the kettle and the toaster just for the sake of it. We also wanted to use the microwave but had nothing to heat up!!
Next morning we went on a Snapper fishing trip. We had talked ...
... the beginning of the day was really nice, and mannn was it beautiful. It added about 2 hours to my travel time, since the road through Te Urewara national park is all gravel, and the lookout is a 45 minute walk, but it was SO worth it. Seriously, this park is gorgeous. There were also caves, which I decided not to explore alone.
So I got to Whitianga, collected some rouge travellers, and 5 of us drove down to hot water beach ...