Mangapapa Petit Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- 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 …
Set off at 8:00 for a long drive to Wellington and arrived at 2:00 at the camp site. Booked in and immediately caught the bus into the city. A nice small city with an arty and cultural feel in a beautiful setting as it's wrapped around the bay. We didn't have time for the museum, ...
... swings. We were greeted by the kiwi laid back greeting .... Find your own way in shouting we are here! Brenda was thrilled to see us and I filled her in with UK family news . Al got on so well with Kevin and think they will keep in touch.. We had kiwi fruit drinks and a long chat. Brenda loved our presents . Her friend Robbie had one of the London cloth bags and couldn't believe I had made the make up bags and glasses cases. I showed them all the photos and asked Brenda if ...
... 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 ...
... I might be able to park for the night without being hassled. Despite the failing weather, the drive east is very pretty. There are little settlements along the coast, which probably survive on farming and fishing. Most of the houses are what you might kindly call ‘rustic’, though up on the hills I spy a modern box of the sort you see in magazines – someone’s enviable holiday home perhaps? On a better day this place sure would be perfect. They bury ...