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... cruise ship due in Port tomorrow Sunday.
We were down town when all the visitors from the ship arrived in town. The volunteers were all dressed in their thirties apparel. They went out of their way with the visitors. The people are very friendly and it is a very nice city to visit especially with the lovely weather this weekend,
Packing up to drive to Taupo where we spend tonight before moving on to Rotorua on Monday.
Alan & Narelle
... Is this the area known as the fruit bowl of NZ? It looks like the sort of fertile land where if you built a fence it would grow. Up into craggy hills, dense forest and large pine plantations. Signs warn “Beware of goats – next 70km”. It’s a beautiful flowing road and fun to drive, through green hills, yellow orange and pink trees, and river gorges with high viaducts. And stray goats, the signs weren't kidding. Ha! Kidding... There’s not much ...
... so somebody realised a decade or so ago that Napier with all it's colourful 30's Art Deco buildings was quite a rare treasure and tourist attraction. It got my vote as being the most chic, colourful and pleasing to the eye town in NZ! Before setting off for the site we also visited Ahuriri, the old fishing village part of the area with other buildings of interest including the Art Deco, Tobacco Company building and custom's ...
... swans, pied stilts, and a million ducks. Scott is really enjoying the bird book Nicky. Dinner in Napier at The Masonic Hotel, full Art Deco experience we didn't dress for dinner in the 1930's sense but we want you to know we are keeping clean! Met some jolly Germans (our plot at the campsite had been double sold we discovered) they are going the same route as us so may meet them again. Another bright sunny morning and we are off to ...
... manganese oxide. We knew white is from silica, yellow sulphur and black carbon. After the fantastical walk we had a quick snack in the cafe and I started the 2hour drive to Lake Taupo, didn't they sing about China in the 80's. We made good time and entered an urban looking area, in need of a break I pulled into a scenic look out. From the scenic lookout we could just make out Mount Ngauruhoe Crater (Mount Doom in Middle Earth) and the erupting Mount Rahui ...