The Old Manse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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After reutrning to the north island I worked martinborough fair and found myself with enough by Ads Remover"> free time to do the northern circuit if I hurried. The night after the fair I drove up country roads in an attempt to shorten the trip.
At first it was beautiful, gravel roads, muggy summer night, and by ...
... one of my Kiwi relatives Columba's son Jeramiah. I cannot tell you how wonderful my family is. I encourage everyone to find their extended family, it is just the best! It was also fun showing off my awesome family to my friends.
We spent our New Year's eve in the small wine village of Martinborough. Columba and Liz had a holiday batch in town that we were able to rent for a few days. Laura wanted to have a truly Kiwi ...
... the shore, and stopped at the one and only store to collect the key for our “bach”. This is a typically NZ type of accommodation, named after “bachelor accom” but could be anything from a small shack or caravan to a multi-level house sleeping 10. Ours was along the main road, a one-level house entered across a large covered deck and through a ranch-slider, and close to the sea.
... 5$. Steve tried a couple of the whites as we were nearly at our destination. I particularly liked the Pinot Noirs of which there were three different types. After this we went to Tourist Information and booked a small 2 bedroom bungalow for the night (125$ or about £63). Basic but nice and quiet. There was a local pub in the square so that was food sorted as ...
... for all the cities in the Hutt Valley.
At the next lookout, our hosts were very surprised not to be able to see the Wairarapa due to mist/low cloud – this has never happened to them before and did not bode well for our trip to Mt Bruce and its wonderful views, so we turned round & went back down the mountain to Kaitoke Reserve.
We had visited there in 1992 but old ...