Pauanui Pines Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... then up out of Poley Bay was so steep that we teetered on the edge of a decision to drop our panniers and make two trips. But we stuck at it and the last third of the 16 km walking track was
more flat and a bit more of an enjoyable ride. We arrived ...
... cut hillsides soon to be replanted and new trees just thirty years old ready to be harvested and replanted again. Growing forests is their third most important industry after tourism and cattle farming. We had a delicious lunch at the Pepper Tree Inn. See picture. Bought a few gifts and drove down the east coast of the penninsula stoping to visit friends who had a gorgeous home on the ...
... br style="color: rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17.9200000762939px;">As we were leaving two elderly German guys jumped in out hole, which was now covered in sea water. Asking us how to find the hot water we did a kind of twist and shake move of burying our feet. This turned into a whole episode of Donny Lonnogan style twist and shake by the Germans as they danced to try and find the hot water. As they were leaving we asked them ...
... and try to find a place to dig, but it’s a little tricky – the best places have gone, and some parts of the beach are scoldingly hot due to the water being pumped up (too hot even to walk on!) We find a place and start digging, and eventually team up with another couple who turn out to be from York – small world! We finish digging and enjoy the nice hot water bath for a while and the conversation with the other couple, then get a little ...
Bright sunshine throughout the day with a cool wind, the best weather one can dream of. The sky is extremely clear and vistas towards the hinterland are spectacular. After a leisurely morning and a brief stop at the local golf-course for specifics we went to "the Lime Room", the local pub where Wifi can be had. Quite a struggle to book a room in Auckland: not many rooms are left, and those available come at stiff rates. Could it be the influence of ...