Garden Motor Lodge & Tourist Lodge

Address: Corner Port Rd. & Mayfair Ave., Whangamata, The Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand | Motel
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This motel is located on Corner Port Rd. & Mayfair Ave., Whangamata.
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Travel Blogs from Whangamata

Landed OK

A travel blog entry by holmesaway on Mar 13, 2015

2 comments, 6 photos

... We stopped for a hot beef sandwich in, would you believe, Te Puke. I'm not sure how it's pronounced, but I'm sure it's not with a Glaswegian accent. It was tasty, with horseradish sauce. Te Puke is the Kiwifruit capital of the world according to Amandagoogle. Stopped next in Tauranga, a biggish modern well laid out town, to visit 'I Site', an info centre, to find a bed for the night. A rather 'off' Nordic woman found us a room in a motel in Whangamata, an hour or so up the coast. The day ...

Waihi Goldmines

A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Nov 11, 2014

1 comment, 43 photos

... water bottles.) It was very basic with the usual great loos but no running water except what you got from the river! Strangely the young German chap who we met in Coromandel Town' on top of the hill, turned up exhausted after having climbed the mountain! We spent the evening together, he refused our invitation of hot food as he was a vegetarian, but we were most impressed as he made his way to the river to wash! It ...

Warning, Turn Around When Possible

A travel blog entry by themossfamily on Aug 10, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... Beach. I don’t think anything could have prepared us for the sight that was about to bestow us. A normal looking beach, but with scatterings of people digging holes with spades, the holes filling up with steaming hot mineral water, heated by underground volcanic geo-thermal systems. We did as the locals do, and stripped off to our swimwear, and jumped into our freshly dug natural hot tub on the beach! It was totally surreal. With constantly ...

Waihi to Te Aroha Cycleway

A travel blog entry by gourmettravels on Apr 06, 2014

6 photos

... there were teddy bears and monkeys hung up in trees along the line for our amusement! Very strange. I think the guy at the bike shop was amazed to see me walk back into his shop. Secretly I felt the same way. It was fantastic few days, we cycled a total of 70 kms and could still walk at the end of it, we just couldn't sit down. We visited towns that were certainly not on my bucket list and enjoyed fantastic hospitality. The first thing I did on the way home....planned my next cycle ...

Hot water beach

A travel blog entry by lautom on Mar 06, 2014

1 comment

... Today we woke up to clear blue skies! :D we hired bikes and went on a ride to HaHei beach- the next peninsular along the coast! Was a good hour ride each way and lots of hills! Think its safe to say I'm going to have a bruised bum tomorrow! We are now chilling out at the holiday park before showers and food :-) Tomorrow we leave at 7.30 am (:-() to head for Waitomo for the famous Black Water Rafting and Glow worms! Laura ...

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