La Dolce Vita Mediterranean Motel
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... how to go on, we decided to park near the city center and go for a walk.
Fortunately, a Kiwi man called Karl spoke to us and was afraid we are going to sleep there. He offered us to sleep at their holiday apartment nearby, using their facilities and have some drinks together.
He also told us that in Whangamata, there are heaps of young people on holidays in the summer, especially over New Years Eve, consuming drugs and alcohol. The right place to ...
... The beach again had lovely fine white sand, with black volcanic sand at the very top and scattered driftwood and pine cones. It had a backdrop of trees, surrounded by the rocky face of the cove. Looking out to sea, the views were amazing, and not to forget the natural ‘hole in the rock’, caves and mini water falls. This was also the location of the film Narnia: Prince Caspian.After our gruelling walk back uphill, we filled up on lunch, and headed forth through the Bay ...
... to worry what kind of faulty tower I was in. I think my husbands jaw dropped below his knees when we saw the room we were given. It was beautiful complete with a large comfortable bed, chaise lounge and heat pump. The showers whilst shared with the other guests were modern and one even came complete with double shower heads for two! there was a sauna, a lounge room complete with loads of magazines books and games and ample tea and coffee. It so comfortable that we stayed on ...
... one road. Paeroa is where L&P (Lemon and Paeroa) comes from. It's my favourite drink in New Zealand and originated from here. In many of these little places they have slogans to make them feel all big and important. Paeroa's one is: World Famous in New Zealand. We stopped here and had some breakfast, people were friendly and said good morning. Most of our bus decided they wanted to go to Hobbiton. Now, I've not read nor watched any Lord of ...