B-K's Palm Court Motor Lodge

671 Gladstone Road, Gisborne, North Island, 3801, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 671 Gladstone Road, Gisborne, is near Matawhero Wines, Montana Wines, and Longbush Wines.
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TripAdvisor Reviews B-K's Palm Court Motor Lodge Gisborne

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Travel Blogs from Gisborne

The First Sunrise on Earth

A travel blog entry by smythadventures on Apr 18, 2014

9 photos

... able to go on a short (thank God it was short; it turns out we are very out of shape) hike up a large hill in town and look out over the bay and the city --- seems to us like every city down here has at least one large hill in it from which amazing pictures may be taken.

And at some point we found out that Gisborne is a rather large wine producing region in New Zealand...but that's another blog. ...


A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jan 30, 2014

2 photos

... wifi in NZ is often expensive, most libraries offer free wifi access. Some only allow access to cardholders-the Bay of Plenty seemed to apply that stricture-but Auckland, Northland and Gisborne have all been on the freebie. I booked a couple of trains in the US, travelling down the west coast and across to the Grand Canyon, before calling it quits for the day, wandering through Gisborne, along he sea front and back to the hostel for a quiet evening. Reading: Updike, Rabbit ...

Look to the East!

A travel blog entry by familyholmes on Nov 01, 2013

3 comments, 14 photos

... beaten by the strong river. The old suspension bridge built c1920 is grade 1 listed and is one of only 2 remaining examples in NZ. All in all a great spot for a cheese and ham sandwich!

After another hour and a half we made it to Gisborne at around 2.30pm. The campsite is located just by the beach by annoyingly doesn't have as direct access as Orewa did - we have to walk through a public tennis court to get there. It was ...

Day 27 Hand feeding stingrays & bone carving

A travel blog entry by ianmetcalfe on Mar 28, 2013

5 comments, 13 photos

... we are surrounded by kingfish, they have become used to this ritual and know they have a chance of picking up some scraps. After wading out a distance, we all stand close together whilst our guide lures the sting rays, we're instructed how to feed them and given chopped up bait which the stingrays suck off your fingers, after which we pat them, just amazing to get up close ...

The Green Mile(s)

A travel blog entry by stephanhawks on Jan 17, 2013

7 photos

... into a crabcrawl than a few areas forced me to slide on my butt. We finally made it down to the waterfall and swimming hole. Unfortunately, we were too tired to swim and we knew we were only half way through the 6.5 mile hike. We explored for a little while and decided we had better keep moving. There were two ways out of this low area - (1) climb a ladder which appeared to be a telephone pole with notches cut into it for our feet and metal pipes to hold or (2) ascend ...