B-K's Palm Court Motor Lodge
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... we had a nice chat.
The club has lots of memorabilia and pictures of the VC recipients, including Willie Apiata the latest one and Charles Upham, who as we all know got a bar on his. That's a double hard b'stard.
Off to bed in the van, got a rock slide in the ...
... the crazy roads in the dark (we're hoping to avoid that in the future!) but we made it safely, checked into our room and set off for the grocery. We made another amazing meal in! Tomorrow we'll explore a bit of Gisborne then drive to our next stop which thankfully is only about 2.5hours. Today was a long driving day! Shayna and I are having a wonderful time together, we make great travel buddies and it's so fun to share these experiences with ...
... metres, the Rere Falls are very picturesque. About 20 metres in width, it is possible to walk behind the cascading water although the rock face can be very slippery. As we did not have our togs on and the weather although sunny was providing seriously cold wind chill factor. (The country had just been hit with snow to very low levels.) We did not make an attempt to get underneath the falls. A very pretty ...
... 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. ...
Awake at 5am as Hels remembered to set the alarm. Pulled the curtains back and it was just turning light, but more cloud. Watched the skies for half an hour and then gave up. Difficult to get back to sleep so eventually got up for breakfast, paid our bill and set off South. We went back to Tolaga Bay to find the Wharf. We found the right road about 3 kilometres out of town that took us to ...