Travel Blogs from Gisborne
... a town centre! And just like in England - lots of shops closing down. We then headed towards where we thought the beach might be and found this delightful industrial area. Lots of heavy traffic, rotting cars and smelly streams. Sue's fault. Eventually we find the beach and walk along back to the chalet. It is about a mile and a half. We lunch and read our books! Lazy day! Another walk by the port finishing with ...
Today was a joke!! we didn't even get to port in Gisborne because we got stuck in a storm, and this is supposedly the most sunny place in NZ, like 300 days a year are sunny. Of course this would happen. So basically the day is wasted. I am ****** because I absolutely hate this ship and want to get off!!! I went on a cruise as a means of transportation, not to be stuck on this stupid old ...
... 200oC. 20 minutes later they were still raw and unrisen. Long story short, my oven gets to 200oC in the top, and only 100oC at the bottom – it’s only about 8 inches high!! Half an hour later they were ******* the outside and still slightly raw in the middle. Colin, bless him, ate a couple with his coffee anyway. It was really fun having the camper to ...
... into mad scramble mode to get the last bit of packing done and onto the bus.
Once at the airport we started planning our route. For the morning flight we wanted to fly the competition route to make a tour of Rotorua and the surrounding volcanoes. We were happy to skip the questions and just enjoy the scenery, though. We headed down the coast until just north of our lunch spot, Tauranga, and then headed inland. The area ...
... progress and during the conversation, Jane walked into the house. I hung up with Stephanie so I could concentrate on the path home. The path became familiar, so I knew we were within a mile or mile and a half of home. That exhilarated me and gave me a little extra hop in my step. Turns out, when Jane stopped by the house, her purpose was to check on us. Stephanie asked Jane if she would find us and pick us up. Jane obliged and not long after I had hung up with Stephanie, ...
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