Flying Nun Backpackers

147 Roebuck St, Gisborne, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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Gisborne

A travel blog entry by johnnym

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My first full day anywhere this week. The hostel is full of seasonal workers, I was warned at least twice by the owner that it would be noisy and the kitchen dirty, though I didn't notice anything too bad. The upside of evening noise, though, is total morning quiet. After 7 or so, when most people went to work, there was nothing. I was in a lovely …

Flying Nun's

A travel blog entry by alexsbigdayout

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Not much to say about Gisborne as it was just a quick stop off after venturing back from the solitude of the East Cape. it was welcoming to find a hostel to grab a shower.

Despite shredding up the surf in the area, i wanted to give a quick mention about the quirkiness of the hostel that we stayed in. Known as the Flying Nun's Backpackers …

Waaaay Out East!

A travel blog entry by martinastravels

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Första dagen på vår resa runt East Cape började vi (jag, Paul och Nicolas) med att stanna till och se statyn av Wairaka vid Whakatanes hamn som står på en sten ute i vattnet.
Whakatane fick sitt namn ifrån när krigaren Toroa och hans familj seglade in i deras waka (kanot). Medans männen gick i land för att hälsa på de som bodde där ändrade sig …

Wine country!?! But we don't drink wine!!

A travel blog entry by thegoodbeirnes

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Claire:

We were apprehensive to leave Mount Maunganui, as we'd had such and awesome two weeks there but we wanted to try and see a bit of the East Coast before heading back to Auckland, so decided to head to Gisborne, the third largest grape growing region in New Zealand, so we were expecting lots of good wine! After a 3 hour journey, we …

The Flying Nun

A travel blog entry by slp

Gisborne

Gisborne was a lovely place, it is here that Captain Cook first stepped onto land in New Zealand in 1769. The trip was not however highly successful as there were squirmishes with the locals (as usual) before a rather apprehensive peace made. Cook named the Bay there Poverty Bay as he did not successfully obtain any supplies …

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This hotel, located on 147 Roebuck St, Gisborne, is near Matawhero Wines, Montana Wines, and Longbush Wines.
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