Pacific Harbour Motor Inn
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... was definitely a great move to have Caitlin look after them.
A nice cuppa and an early night!
At 8.15am on Thursday, 23rd, I received a phone call to say our missing bag was cleared by Biosecurity, and would be on the lunchtime flight to Gisborne. I have to say I'm pretty impressed with the service we've had. Now can they do as well with the damaged bag? What have we learned from this?
It's definitely ...
... I remember passing through on each journey between Napier and Wairoa.
The town looks well worn out, empty shops line the main road. The open ones look like they need a bit of repair and the feeling I got from the town was that its best days are behind it and it is slowly declining into nonexistence. We did a bit of a tiki tour – more of a remembrance trip for me than any interest for anyone else. Past the old house in Delhi Street. ...
... with prepurchase too.
Perhaps look at English speaking (native English?) walking tours instead of HOHO. The one we did in Frankfurt was amazing.
Internet access - even when there is free internet at the hotel, it is still nice to have a SIM card for using maps or other data you want to check on the run. Plus, I just enjoy having that access. Some countries make this very difficult, and most require presentation of a passport to buy a SIM. ...
... blueberry muffin she has ever had, slightly crispy on outside, slightly sour berries and white chocolate at base. In conversation with kiwis from Aukland and Turangi. They had just travelled along an unsealed road for 40 km and it had taken them 4 hours. Single file all the way with sheer drops either side. It would have been interesting to go on that road but once you have started you cannot turn around and reversing has its own dangers! On to ...
... the process. Gisborne C******nay is the most popular in the world (apparently), will have to keep an eye open for wines from this region in the future (C******nay was smoother / softer than Australian ones I've had, other types were full of flavour). 4 of us remained finishing the wines until the early hours of the morning before walking the 200m back to the hostel. I looked really organised by having a torch to light the ...