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... comment, in passing, that they had checked the bag through to Gisborne from Bangkok. Of course we had taken the baggage tag off to show the guy when making the missing bag claim, but luckily when Ron screwed it up he couldn't see a bin, so put it in my purse. She said as it had been checked right through, Air NZ would have to take it. Result! Another point for Koru Club membership - or was it my croaky voice that gave me the sympathy vote?
... that we should not be here. A massive storm hit us overnight. While enjoyable at the beginning we sat inside in the early evening and watch the storm rolling in over the sea. Big flashes of lightening and loud bangs of thunder. Thank fully the worst of it passed over us during the night but we woke to a grey dreary day. Not looking very hopeful for venturing out shore side.
Nothing for it but to rest and relax and enjoying the time we have on our hands. ...
... 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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... about 50 miles towards Gisborne! Plenty of stops for brief strolls and photos. The scenery was really a pleasant surprise. I don't know why, but I expected it to be flat and dreary. Far from it. Great journey - 3 hour drive took 6 hours because we kept stopping. Stopped at Matawai, a small town, for coffee and cake - breakfast and lunch combined. We had a blueberry muffin, fresh out of the oven and a banana and pineapple sponge. Sue reckons it is ...
... a little look around the shops I returned to the hostel to chill (and dry) out. The first overnight stop on the Eastern trip is Gisborne, this is also the most easterly city in the world. We stopped along the way a few times to take photos and get coffee - one of these photo ops was due to the back door of the bus opening slightly (oops). As we reached Gisborne the driver instructed us to do a 15 min walk along the ...
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