Whangamata Motel

106 Barbara Avenue, PO Box 6, Whangamata, The Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Whangamata

Hot Water Beach and a trip around the Peninsula

A travel blog entry by tony-helen

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... searching for a good breakfast venue, and found one in a small town called Hahei at a beach cafe. Tony had the full Monty breakfast and Hels, being more adventurous and wanting to taste good local produce, had Turkish Eggs!!!! After breakfast we decided to continue North towards Cooks Beach and Ferry Landing. These are areas where in 1769 Captain Cook arrived, settled for 12 days in his ship Endeavour and proceeded to rename everything he saw. He called ...

First day on the Coromandel Peninsula

A travel blog entry by tony-helen

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... now the girls are thick as thieves! We found the Bach (old original wooden building) very easily. We had a lovely greeting as Frank and Lorrain's grandchildren, Oliver aged 4 and Liam aged 3, came to the front door and with a big smile asked who was Tony and who was Helen. The boys were as excited as we are to be here in Whangamata again. We had quick catch up and then off to the beach with the boys. It is a fabulous beach with lots of offshore ...

Day 142 - Hahei - Hot Water Beach

A travel blog entry by neensandpete

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We woke up early this morning to go to Hot Water Beach for low tide. The beach is unique and famous as 2 hours either side of low tide you can dig in the sand for hot spring water and make your own spa pool. We hired a spade from the cafe on the beach and then joined the crowds to dig a pool. After a few failed attempts (where all we got was cold water) we managed to find a hot spring spot and dug a lovely little ...

It's been good HAHEI

A travel blog entry by annetty

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... telling the city it is time to wake up, the soothing waves crashing into the earth as they put me in a trance, taking in the clean energizing air in a deep breathe to supply my body what it needs. I take a few minutes and realize... there is calmness within me that doesnt happen often enough. I open my eyes and they adjust to the array of colors this sun is producing bouncing off the clouds, illuminating the floating rocks in the ocean, and reflection off ...

My last beaches in New Zealand

A travel blog entry by steffen102

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... them into the cold ocean water. Oh what fun :-).

Me and the many other tourists still tried to dig a big whole in the sand and to create a sand barrier against the waves, but after 20 minutes we simply had to understand that this was a pointless endeavour. The waves always made their way across any sand barrier and completely filled the hole we had created with sand. So after a fun try and the knowledge that there were really some hot springs ...

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This motel is located on 106 Barbara Avenue, PO Box 6, Whangamata.
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