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- Outdoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Hot tub
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEdelweiss Motel Paihia
We stayed 3 nights there, because we liked it so much there. Very friendly people, they booked the tour for us, the motel is very good located, you can walk everywhere.
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... heavy traffic! Despite the roads being extremely windy the views were incredible with the sun setting. We finally made it to Coromandel and stayed in a really nice holiday park and enjoyed sausage and mash for dinner!
Day 12: We had a quick walk around Coromandel town before setting off to Cathedral Cove. We parked up and made the walk down to the Cove, we were pretty happy to spend some time outside the van after the ...
... a while but because they have young you cannot swim with them, so some people unfortunately dipped out, but it was wonderful to see so many. As we were now off route for the trip Billy decided to just carry on in that direction and complete the cruise in the wrong order. Not a problem we say. We poodle around various Islands being given the history and facts, but there was no mail today so we did not have to stop. Not many of the Islands are ...
... pictures that you can't get on the internet and are somewhat unique.
Along the way we saw dolphins which are kind of hard to take pictures of. Once you see them emerge you have to be fast with the picture because they come up and go under in about 2 seconds. We weren’t able to swim with them because there were baby dolphins around and you’re ...
... commentary about the places we were passing for almost the entire journey. Much of it was interesting, thank goodness. Our first stop was at the Parry Kauri Park to see to huge kauri trees. Kauri trees grow in the northern part of NZ and are very tall with branches beginning high up the trunk. They were therefore ideal for making into the hulls of canoes. The largest kauri tree, although we did not see it, is some 16 metres in girth ...
... was good, it had lots of white water bits which was good, some bits where better than others and we had to throw ourselves across the boat to steady it, the best bit was when we all sat up the front of the boat, huddled in then we went down a steep dip with our backs turned and we all went flying in, was good!! We also jumped off a rock aswell which was soo small compared to the jumps we do ...