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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of £30,000, a five bedroom detached house complete with separate granny annexe and large grounds for £100,000! Admittedly there are few jobs to be found around here, but probably a great place to retire to.
Driving a bit further around the coast we reach the Mahia Peninsula. This will be our home for the night, camped on the beach at Opoutama reserve. It is a long beach, strewn with driftwood, seaweed and shells. We go for a ...
... was tricky to try and figure out where you could get on a bus sometimes (to find the closest stop), as we didn't have a map until we had changed the vouchers for tickets.It might be easier to not prepurchase, but simply hop on the first HOHO bus you came across (there seemed to be three or four companies running tours), or carefully do research before leaving home. With City Sightseeing, you can show your last ticket and get 10% discount in the next city - presume ...
... should have sunny skies and much less wind for our next destination.
We took advantage if our "free" day by sleeping in, and spending most of the day at the spa onboard ship. Hot thermal baths, steam rooms and sauna treatments this morning and again this afternoon mellowed out our day and we concluded it with a nice dinner and several games of hand&foot with our friends, Bob (watched) and Judy ...
... and made our way back to the campsite for garlic baked Kahawai. This fish was like eating steak, so meaty and rich and flavoursome I was in heaven, hoping I would get the chance to eat some more in the future!
The following day we continued down south and stopped at another pier on the way which could have been the one painted on Freddie. No fishing this time although we continued further to find ourselves at Tolaga Bay, home to the ...
... it up. The drive from Tikitiki was a little lame as well but it did smarten up and flatten out a little as I got close to Gisborne. I find it hard to get around the cities once I'm in them since I have no map or GPS. I eventually found the Isite which is NZ's information centre. They give out maps and have all the brochures to all the touristy things you can do in or around your destination. I ended up not being to far from it which was most convenient. I stayed at this ...