La Dolce Vita Mediterranean Motel
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... wasn't that far. And I have stocky little legs, and they were fine. And the view was lovely and the other climbers at the top friendly and chatty. I descended by yet another path, so I figure I was all over that mountain :) Back at sea level and I wished I had my togs with me, the sun was out and the sea looked very inviting. I had to settle for sitting on the sand and poking along the shore hunting for treasure. Didn't find any. Time to move on ...
... 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 ...
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... 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 :-)
... Margaret volunteered to have a go at driving the campervan. Very straightforward until we left the town of Thames behind us and motored towards Coromandel. The road hugged the shoreline which became more and more twisty as we went on. A spectacular road which seldom climbed to any heights, thank goodness, but continued to corkscrew for miles. We duly arrived in Coromandel which we had expected to be bigger. Literally one ...