Abbey Court Motel
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Big spacious rooms with all the facilities you need.
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... to dry and made some dinner. Ed managed to take a fair chunk out of his thumb trying to open a tin of chick peas with a fairly useless tin opener, but fear not Kate kicked into nurse mode and it's looking like he'll make it all ok. The next morning we pointed the van towards Rotorua which was to be on our next stop. Ahead of that we stopped off at Mata Mata, home to Hobiton and the Shire from The Lord of the Rings movies. This tour was excellent and we both ...
... with concerned cries. Where were we you ask? Why sat in our swimwear in our own private spa, or glorified puddle to the untrained eye – Hot water beach! In what will go down as one of our weirder travel moments, we had joined the masses in venturing out at low tide for one of the more unusual natural experiences. Simply rent a spade, hit the beach, dig a hole, and marvel as absolutely scalding hot water flows from below. And when we say ...
... enjoyed the experience.
We left Auckland Friday afternoon - March 7 - along with dozens of other sailboats. Quite the popular activity for a sunny weekend! We were in a race with 4 other boats from the sailing club that Mac belongs to. The goal was to start near Auckland and end in a bay on Waihiki Island, about 17(?) nautical miles distant. It was a beautiful time for the race, and we got to watch the sun set directly ...
... at low tide. This whole situation was so strange, a very small patch of beach has boiling hot water coming out the ground. So hot that it actually steams everywhere and you can't stand in it, the sea actually helps when they mix together they become a very enjoyable temperature. You have to chose your spot very wisely, not to close to the hot spring or you burn and can't lay in it but not to far away or it's cold. Once we have our area planned we get a shovel and dig ...
... at about 5pm, so it was just a few tourists looking at this giant pit! There were guided tours down available but I wouldn't have liked to guess how much these would be. We could see a few workers and vehicles moving around to try and give us a sense of scale, what is more overwhelming is that there are now shafts dug down further than we could see, some twice as deep as the base of the huge original mine. After being at Allen's on Sunday he had explained how he doesn't really ...