The Old Manse
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... mezzanine floor over the kitchen and the roof windows provided great view to the twinkling stars as we went to bed.
Tomorrow we head to Hawke’s Bay to town called Hastings where we will spend another 2 nights of our trip.
P.S. more info about this great wine tour you can find here http://www.greenjersey.co.nz/martinboro ugh-tours-and-bike-hire/
... 8217;re probably in the wrong place, which might be true given the house prices at the Real Estate. It’s basically central Wellington prices. Martinborough looks cheaper – there’s nothing there either but at least it’s pretty.
As the spring sunshine wallops the shopping strip, too barren to be quaint, ...
... along their particularly lengthy driveway. This is followed by a visit to Jackie's, a lady in her mid seventies who seems to defy all aspects of ageing by spending most of the time racing around on her quad bike. 'Super Gran' as I label her even works alongside us all morning without barely breaking a sweat. In the afternoon, after deadheading several hundred agapanthus, we are given a tour of her animal farm where everything from pigs to ponies to chickens ...
... spectacular view of its lighthouse. The climb to this one, involved 254 stairs straight up! It was particularly steep, and before the stairs were in place in recent years, the keeper had to pulley up the supplies and navigate the steep grade which was tricky and more dangerous at night.
At this point we saw the biggest colony of seals yet. Watched seals surfing, pups playing as siblings would and and a mother nursing her young. This was the best!! Also stopped ...
Yesterday evening we walked 10 mins into town and found Micro wine bar - as recommended by Bruce our host - and it was lovely.
We sampled local wines and ordered tasty nibbles whilst chatting to some more people who were also staying at Aylstone as well as some friendly locals - and their dogs.
We slept soundly and Skyped home to both Mums and Dads ...