Navigate Seaside Accommodation
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We really like New Zealand. The country is beautiful, the people are friendly and helpful. When you check into a hotel they ask if you want a container of milk for your tea. "Yes, and can I get some rum for my coke?". Of course they drive on the wrong side of the road and that takes some serious adjusting to. On the highways it is not so bad. You just follow the chap in front of you. But it's ...
... to prove this point there was a big JCB digger right on the beach shovelling the pebbles around. We walked along the sea front soaking up the sun to the town centre which had more than it's fair share of art deco buildings. The city was levelled by an earthquake in 1931 and was rebuilt in the art deco style of the day. The place was rammed with tourists and all the hustle and bustle was getting to us. We needed to relax so we headed to the ...
... when she arrived and eat. The pizza was amazing. Light base and fresh toppings. Another good choice. We couldn't finish it so we took the leftovers to the next venue or maybe we didn't. We went to The Rose and Shamrock, an Irish themed pub that had a range of drinks from around the world including Pride - I chose a local one to keep face. We'd already missed the Irish band's set by the time we'd sat down but they were jamming in the corner, playing a few songs that I ...
... we've got 6 meals in all for 20quid! Not bad ay! Then headed to the camp ground which looked quite clued up so we just paid for all 4 of us as we wernt in the mood for hiding. We did think that our water pump was knackered in the camper van asit was spluttering everywhere and when we tried to fill it up the other day it wouldn't take any water, it just kept firing it out at us, ski rang through to jucy to see what to do and he said it was probably ...
Today we casually woke up and ate our cereal for breakfast before farewelling our hostel. We drove half way to Napier and stopped in at a cafe in Tarawera for a rest break. The drive to Napier was beautiful. We were surrounded by many stunning hills while a strong wind constantly whipped around us. The Port of Napier greeted us as we parked the car to go ...