La Dolce Vita Mediterranean Motel
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... water. The water is supposedly so hot you need the seawater to wash in just to cool it off enough for you to comfortably sit in it. It was a cloudy, but warmish day when we went to the Hot Water beach, and it didn't take long to figure out where it was. The beach was deserted except for a small half court sized patch packed with people. As we got closer we saw quite a few people sitting in their holes enjoying the waters. We found an abandoned hole ...
... and the fridge had milk in a jug and also some homemade chocolates which did not last long.
The welcome drink was served from the bar, a converted shed with bar and sofa. We sat outside as the sun was shining and we wanted to make the most of it, although the rain was needed as the North Island has had 5 weeks without it! Amazing meal - salmon bellini, eye of fillet steak and panacotta was yum and the view wonderful with the sea in ...
... fit,' and another sign saying, 'Taking laden bicycles is strongly discouraged.' I wish I'd taken photos of those signs so that you could how immediately my "She'll be right" thoughts came into question. But there was no turning back so we gritted our ...
... We were going to phone when we realised it was going to be nearer 10 but we didn't have the phone number. The place was dark, so Chris started with gentle knocks on the door to see if we could get someone to let us in. No luck. He then starts to wander around the house and peeps into the front room to see an older lady asleep on the sofa. He knocks on the window a few times but still no luck. Is she dead, he asks?! After me ringing the ...
... the Kiwi family another night, went to the city and to the beach, enjoying the sunny weather and going for a swim.
In the morning before we left, Karl luckily organised us a place to stay over NYE. A campground in Mount Maunganui, the place to be for people in our age.
Anyway, thank you so much Kornelia, Karl and Jack giving us the possibility to stay with you and helping us. You really made us feel like staying with relatives and we had lots of fun :-)