Colonial Motor Lodge

Address: 715 Gladstone Road, Gisborne, North Island, ., New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 715 Gladstone Road, Gisborne, is near Matawhero Wines, Montana Wines, and Longbush Wines.
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Travel Blogs from Gisborne

Just a few last queues......

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron on Jul 18, 2014

... wonder if it was worth going through all the security (another queue), simply to go up to Koru Club for an hour, but once we were up there it was peaceful, and you remember why it's worth it. Then it was to our Gisborne flight, and 40 minutes later, back to Gizzy.

It's been a lovely holiday, but it's good to get home.





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Free WiFi - Breakfast included - In room safe ...

Gisborne canceled

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jan 27, 2014

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... are trying to attract tourists to visit its rolling pastureland, sheep farms, wine growing vineyards and picturesque beaches. Unfortunately, the weather intervened today and prevented our visit.

Today we have been cruising at reduced speed (8 -10 ) which allows the ship to be quite stable, in spite of the winds and rough seas. The storm system affecting us today is forecast to pass thru and by ...

First sunrise viewer of Friday 22nd

A travel blog entry by travlguru on Mar 22, 2013

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... flying nun backpackers". Looked old and creepy from the outside, inside was par. I checked into my room and conveniently was just myself and another girl who was from Sweden. We had a small chat before I dozed off for a two hour nap. There were a few things you could do here that just involved two feet and a body. Captain Cook is who found NZ in the 1700 so they have a bunch of statues, points, coves, lookouts throughout NZ. They had 2 statues and a landing point here. I ...

Gizzy bro

A travel blog entry by brett_and_fi on Jan 23, 2013

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... On our way back to Gisborne, we quickly dropped in on John Love, the father of a Maori boy Fi remembered from her first year of school. Then at Wainui Beach we stopped in on Fi's best friend from primary school, Libby Jexblake, who happened to be visiting from Christchurch. Fi was pretty stoked to see her again as it had been 15 years since they last time. After popping up to the Jexblake's neighbour's house, funnily ...

Keeping it real

A travel blog entry by stephaniehawks on Jan 21, 2013

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... 4 of the way on Red, I'm proud to call them mine. I'm not mentioning Jonathan here because he has been right beside me the entire time they were gone. He, as always is like an extended limb of my own, and I wouldn't have it any other way.

We may not be perfect, we may argue, we may make little mistakes, and we may make big ones, but just having these people all together for this time makes my heart happy. I can't wait to see if I still feel the same in December.
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