Glen Aros Country Estate
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... because they had just done there last pick of the grapes so she showed us what they were doing and the process, very interesting. The wines were good, I tried a red…still tastes like wood! The next vineyard was stunning! The building was unbelievable looked like somewhere that you would get married. ...
... an ice-cream, which we ate by the sea front.
We then said goodbye to Napier, and started the 4 hour drive to Wellington. Despite reaching Wellington in good time, we had a few accommodation disasters, which we will tell you all about in the next blog.
For now, lots of love to everyone (especially on Valentine's Day) and Happy Birthday to my Mum, Kevin and Adriana, whose birthdays are all on 14 February!
Lyndsey & Martin
We arrived in Napier at noon and proceeded to enjoy the sunny day by walking around the town. There were many shops still open and we bought a few small souvenirs. Napier is a major port with the number of containers down at the port. Later in the day we took a drive around the port and marina. Very nice condo type dwellings and bars and restaurants. Napier is the Art Deco capital of the world!!!!!! There ...
... destroyed in an earthquake in 1931 and rebuilt itself in the Art Deco style. So unique. On to Wellington, the capital of New Zealand. Spent the day walking around and visiting the Museum of New Zealand culture, Te Papa Tongaruwa. Lots of info on the Maori culture and the history of New Zealand. The building was beautiful, right on the waterfront. Had lunch in a funky place on Cuba St. Called Fidel's. Fun place. Off to the South Island ...
... go to the doctor. So off Hef went to shear instead of Mark. Me, James and Vicky went out for breakfast. It was delicious. I had pancakes, James had poached eggs and Vicky had muesli. The. We headed to the shed Hef was at. I wanted them to see a shearing shed whilst they were here. The shearers were fast too so they could get an idea of what it's like. I was a little worried we were lost at one point but we did manage to find the shed. Trish was working with Ana and Mere Waikato. ...