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... ourselves to the luxuries of showers and running water we decided it was time for a free site. Reid's farm greeted us with only a long drop and a river for water. After 3 laps of the site we found a perfect spot for Harri and his extension to sit puddle free. We are pleased to confirm all 3 of us survived the free site test. Our Saturday morning started with a coffee/tea at the world's most exiting McDonalds. We were then informed about the ...
... row), but the event ended in a civilized way and it was for charity after all. Can you believe Jen participated in the balloon event and ‘won’ Crabtree & Evelyn biscuits? This is not helpful for her as she is trying to wean herself off the brand!
Thanks Uncle Philip for the fantastic home cooked whitebait fritters, fish and chips which went down very well with local wine and great family chatter.
Cheers, the ...
... some of the town. Much of it was destroyed by earthquake and fire in 1931 and has been rebuilt in the “art deco” style. We’re still not quite sure exactly what that means since it seems to be a variety of different styles. But it all looks kinda cool and was well worth walking around for a couple hours! Today we also investigated some of the nearby territory including nearby Hastings (the other major town ...
... were strolling about. There were vintage cars galore with suitably garbed chauffeurs and also a super motor trike which could take four passengers. It was reminiscent of our first Sunday in New Zealand when we were at Akaroa. As Napier is in Hawkes Bay we wanted to find out about wine tours. We found one we liked at the information centre and booked it for that afternoon. Then we walked around the town looking at its Art Deco buildings. ...
... might not be a better place to stay. Eventually we decided on Gisborne (not so far and less remote). We decided to go and check it out on the way to Napier to see if we made the right decision! (it was about 20 miles out of our way.) Anyway I think we might have made the wrong choice. Not that Gisborne was not good, but Mahia looked absolutely great. We stopped at a coffee shop at Wairoa and had our constitutional muffin! Nice town on a river. Carried on with many short stops, ...