Cobden Garden Homestay
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... necessitating three point reverse bicycle manoeuvres! After lunch we rode on towards Kidnappers Cove where the limestone cliffs serve to enhance the clarity of the turquoise water. The area is famous for bird life and the Ganet enjoys particular fame in this area - although we don't think we saw any. Back tracking to Black Bridge we followed the trail towards Hemlock North and enjoyed the hospitality of the North Hemlock motor inn. Our host facilitated ...
... North NW of Napier, the last 40ks on gravel. An interesting drive to Waiora, passing an extremely tall iron viaduct, then turning left inland to the lake. We camped at the Waikaremoana motor camp who gave us the info on booking water taxis for dropping off at the base of Panekire at Onepoto. An 8.8 kilometre steep uphill walk. It climbs steadily up Panekire Bluff and follows the undulating ridge line to Puketapu trig at 1180m. Richard was carrying most of ...
... to her former lover.
Our next stop was at Bluff Point, high above the town looking down over the harbour and giving great views of the whole of Hawkes Bay. In one direction, the harbour was full of logs waiting to be shipped out and there were good views over the city in the other – the wind had abated so we could really appreciate the view from our vantage point.
We returned home for a meal, and while it ...
... to chose from. We took Helen's advice and went to "Mister D" which is known for good food and a speciality of doughnuts where you get to choose a filling (which you get to inject yourself using a syringe!). Lunch was very good and the doughnut was excellent.
That left us just enough time to join the 2pm Art Deco Walking Tour of Napier. Napier was destroyed by an earthquake in 1931 and was subsequently rebuilt in Art Deco style. ...
... s Grape Juice! The tasting rooms are called 'cellar doors' here, and we found many open doors; most tastings were $5 for samples of several wines, with the money refunded if you buy a bottle. With so many to choose from we had to be selective or we'd never be able to ride our bikes back...D and I always share just one winery tasting flight between us.
The grapes in this ...