Mangapapa Petit Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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After flying overnight from Honolulu to Auckland, and losing a day completely, we arrived early on the 18th and transfered directly on to Napier. After a short drive through beautiful wine country we arrived at Mangapapa Petit Hotel, a lovely historic estate house between Napier and Havelock North. After a relaxing late morning by the pool, we …
... who grow apples for export to both America and Asia. Tony was kind enough to give up some time to show me around his apple orchards. It was really interesting to hear about the different varieties and how they are grown. Seeing the different methods of pest controls was great and related back to what I learnt whilst doing my masters course. It was good to see it in action. Virginia was also very interesting to talk to and has travelled ...
... gardens or yards. Any petrol head from the UK would think he had died and gone to heaven to see what is just lying about.
We followed a railway from Wairoa to Napier, through gorges, across bridges and over the Mohaka Viaduct, the highest constructed rail viaduct in Australasia. It passes through some spectacular scenery with jaw dropping views over ravines and coastal bays. And yet - it is only used for the occasional freight train. What a ...
... so close to the road but you could easily pass this by and miss it. It was the last thing we expected to see in this dry part of New Zealand.
We continued east and reached Napier. We had a nice day yesterday, today however the temperature gauge hit 30c for the first time since we got here. Kirsty, like a swiveling solar panel, kept rotating to be in the sun so soak up its warmth! That is until we bought ice creams. A double scoop cone. Kirsty had apple crumble and ...
... December was the first step, and mid April was cheaper than May to fly to London, so even though there was a risk of it being colder weather in April I chanced it.. Since I wanted to break the long flight both ways I booked a week in Tokyo on the way over and on the way back, for no extra cost in the fare.It means an 11 hour flight to Tokyo from Auckland, and a week later a 12 hour flight from Tokyo to London. After booking the flight in April ...