Coromandel Colonial Cottages Motel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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So next day we left five star luxury to travel around the Firth of Thames first making headway by taking the motorway before successfully finding the minor road hugging the coastline. Brilliant blue seas and swathes of blue and white agapanthus provided glorious sights and a few photos. We reached Thames which seemed like a wild west town with its layout and old weatherboarded houses and it had of course been a gold rush town previously. We popped into the visitors centre where ...
... turns but we didn't end up too far from where we should have been - this was before the map purchase..) After driving along the motorway for around 1 hour we eventually got to some scenic winding roads that seem to go up and up and up.. The views along the way were beautiful, picture postcard. Here one of the rules of the road is that if you're driving slower then the person behind, you must pull over to one of many lay-bys to let others past.. This ...
... but I found it more entertaining to watch instead. Next stop...Mount Monganoui I was originally so excited to come here. There's some awesome climbing here and A lot of friends had mentioned this as a must-see town on the North Island. Unfortunately, the weather got pretty ****** again during my time there, so it ended up being more of a drinking at the pubs and eat good non-camping food. The plus side, the town is ADORABLE and beautiful and ...
... Smith's (the tech experts - not) and an unbelievably annoying interchange with the call centre of 2 degrees our NZ provider - we find a 2 degrees shop where we find our hero Matt who is one of those rare breeds who knows his stuff and is keen on customer service! We discover that everything we have has not been set up properly by the people who sold it to us or has been mis-sold to us they will not work with our technology!! Grrr!!! After a call to ...
... a fishing trip in New Zealand and although its not something id usually enjoy we thought 'when in rome'. We spent a full day out at sea and managed to catch a few snapper which Ben gutted, filleted and cooked up for dinner which was amazing.
On next to Cathedral Cove, the famous gigantic stone arch. We parked up in the car park and did the 45min walk to the secluded cove. That evening we went to hot beach for ...