Pauanui Pines Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Pauanui
... sand. It was great fun but also very relaxing. It's hard to believe how hot the water got, quite often too hot to bear. Even Annette, with her cup of tea and a good book, would have struggled to stay still too long. We then drove a little further up the coast to Cook's Beach. The scenery in this part of the world is absolutely stunning. The coastline, its headlands and beaches are beautiful. But we had the best still to come with a thirty minute walk down to ...
... br> Pauanui Golf consists in fact of two courses, nine holes each, separated by 500 m, both short, narrow and with many trees… Not easy for newcomers but always such a joy to be on any golfcourse
And the rest of the day? Packing our stuff as we leave for Auckland tomorrow morning, some cleaning and a last stroll along the beautiful ...
... in the SW corner of France: many holiday homes, the majority of them quite pretty, and superb vegetation. Once the summer over, peace and serenity return.
According to the lady in the Clubhouse of the golf course, Pauanui counts some 700 residents in winter, whereas this number often exceeds 10.000 in summer…
We found the place delightful. There is a lot to see and do in the area. Every aquatic activity is available here: ...
... more open and rural, with lots of cattle
(herds of over 100 head are not exceptional) and after a few more miles the
hills gave way to rather flat land. Considerable road works are being
undertaken to improve the bypass of Tauranga. But even there very coarse gravel
is used in the sealing and tyre-noise is therefore very loud. But apart from
that the road grid is of good quality!
We had a cup of very good coffee in Kati-Kati along
the road in a ...
The whole house was up early for breakfast. Katy went to work about seven. We made our sandwiches and loaded our suitcases and rucksacs into the car. Justin drove us down to the ferry terminus on Quay Street. We checked in at the "360 Ferry" office when it opened at 8. Wendy and I had booked somewhere for the 5 of us to stay at Coromandel Town from the uk by the magic of email. We had booked the ferry on the afternoon of Neve's birthday. Boarding was at 8.30 and ...