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Travel Blogs from Napier
Today we walked round Napier looking at all the Art Deco buildings in the sunshine!! There were around 90 in the guide we got from the Tourist Board office and a lot more which weren’t included. In addition to the Art Deco buildings there are a lot of lovely wooden villas - especially in the area where our B & B is and also lots of small …
We left Taupo in the usual rain and drove the 150 km to Napier over a quite beautiful route. The road wound up and down hills through forests with occasional stops for waterfalls and views of the mountains in the distance. As we got further away from Taupo the rain died down and eventually cleared up. By the time we reached the east coast …
... idea, but realistically there are way too many craft beers (I believe Wellington is craft beer capital of the world, more brewery
per capita than something … I can’t really remember the comparison but it was
impressive) and some of the beers are so strong that even after one you don’t
remember what it was you were drinking just that it was tasty and you’re a happy
person at the ...
... Estate Winery, the oldest one in NZ.
Of course, had to do some sampling.
Observation: Lots and lots of sheep.
Spending the night freedom camping (free) at Waohine Gorge.
Weather suppose to turn bad next few days. Hope not too bad. We're doing a 3 1/2 hour ferry crossing to the South Island tomorrow.
... Jacuzzi im Freien, das war genial.
From Wellington we continued direction North to Napier, which is at the coast and is one of New Zealand's wine regions. We had a room booked on the Mission Estate Vineyard, and were surprised to see that this was in a newly renovated little house in the middle of the vineyard. As we were the only guests again, we had the whole house for ...