The Old Manse
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We had the first wrench thrown into our plans. Our next stay was to be 4 nights at Castlepoint, however the bach owner contacted us to let us know that the hot water cylinder has broken and the unit won't be available as planned. Making lemonade out of lemons, we divert to Martinborough for a day, for excessive wine tasting. Martinborough is a tiny village with a couple of dozen wineries within easy biking distance. Because ...
... tour where we thought you could choose between riding a bicycle yourself or just being a passenger on a rickshaw. We met up with Stuart – our guide and 4 more people (an older couple from Netherlands and their son with his wife who now live in Australia) and found out that despite the fact that all of us initially preferred rickshaw, there were only two places to ...
... and rolling lawns down to the Pacific, a perfect spot to get married.
We also loved seeing Cobwebs Cottage, the charming little place Sis & B-in-L stay when in Riversdale – it only sleeps 2 so was not appropriate for OUR stay but I could see why they like it so much. The owners gave us permission to drive through their (very large) estate to the end of the road and access the beach, and what a lovely spot it was. ...
... up a bottle because you can only buy it from the vineyard unless you want it to be shipped in palettes. We hit up a fair few vineyards. We decided to get a cheese and dip platter at one which was just as delicious as the wine! Save to say it was a very good day and the weather held out for us so was great cycling around in the sun. The day was nicely ended later on with a Sunday dinner and I actually found some gravy which tasted like home! Terrible gravy here!!! ...
... shut for the rest of the weekend. Next door to the library at the Arts & Entertainment Centre is a nice coffee bar called the Limelight Cafe, where we enjoyed our first cappuccinos and muffins.
Our nephew Andrew came for dinner that evening, and it was lovely to catch up with him as we haven’t seen him since 2006 when he was over in England. Hubby was also delighted ...