Pacific Harbour Motor Inn
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... if we drowned. Climbing out of the dingy and up a metal ladder was another challenge with such a swell but a short clamber and we are soon able to join our guide and given advice in using our gas masks. We are also given safety instructions in case of any eruption. The colours are stunning and particularly the bright yellow sulphur rock. On our last visit we didn't need the masks but today the acidic air seemed much worse and the icy rain beating down ...
... well deserved sunbathing time. When the boys returned they had done well as Ed had managed to spear an 18kg Kingfish which he was very proud of!
We had a bit of a logistical nightmare to work out how to get everyone home again but Sophie kindly volunteered to road trip back with Beth in the car, whilst Emma called shotgun for Guy's plane and got to help co-pilot/fly solo the whole way home! It was a great end to a fun weekend!
Bye for now,
Sophie and ...
Well it was a lovely start to the morning, I pretty much got up, put on my bikini and went straight into the sea for a brisk morning dip. A great way to start the day! However it appeared that we weren't alone on the beach as we had first thought. As we walked back to the tent some random old guy drove up to us on his quad bike and said something along the lines of ' If you ladies want to jump on the back of my quad I can take you to ...
... than 6-8 hours that cheaper cuts of meat would take. We are dying to catch some fish but, once again, it's way too windy to get the surfcaster out. Might just have to buy some when we get Gisborne – probably tomorrow.
CROCKPOT BEEF CASSEROLE
- 750g – 1 kilo blade steak, cubed
· 3 tablespoons ...
... cept on a globe!) and sees the rising sun before anywhere - although Mount Hikurangi has first claim to that as it is the highest peak in Eastland. Next day we continued our journey round the cape back to the Bay of Plenty, stopping off at any interesting points as advised by the 'Pacific Coast Highway Guide'. Some of these were almost impossible to spot as the signposting is pretty low key and often we had past ...