Pacific Harbour Motor Inn

Address: \N, Gisborne, North Island, \N, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on \N, Gisborne, is near Longbush Wines and Montana Wines.
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      Travelling South

      A travel blog entry by travellingyak on Oct 28, 2014

      7 photos

      ... area on Monday - to "The Mount", where it was very cold and windy and unfortunately I was unable to walk around it, nor did time permit to walk to the top, However, walking on the beach each morning was delightful as were the contrasting sunrises. This trendy area is crowded with people enjoying the Labour day holiday and is a hive of activity - walking , cycling, water sports, shopping and enjoying the hundreds of eateries. On visiting Kiwi ...


      A travel blog entry by johnnym on Jan 30, 2014

      2 photos

      ... wifi in NZ is often expensive, most libraries offer free wifi access. Some only allow access to cardholders-the Bay of Plenty seemed to apply that stricture-but Auckland, Northland and Gisborne have all been on the freebie. I booked a couple of trains in the US, travelling down the west coast and across to the Grand Canyon, before calling it quits for the day, wandering through Gisborne, along he sea front and back to the hostel for a quiet evening. Reading: Updike, Rabbit ...

      Look to the East!

      A travel blog entry by familyholmes on Nov 01, 2013

      3 comments, 14 photos

      ... a Burke Road and a Stanley Road! After an hour or so we found ourselves at Whakatane (pronounced ****atarnay...) which is officially the sunniest town in NZ. Indeed, the sun was shining when we arrived and we enjoyed a coffee and Anzac biscuit wandering around the small harbour. Next stop on the way was Tauranga Bridge for lunch. This was the location for settlers in the late 19th century desperately trying to make a success of it ...

      Captain Cook and his Merry Men

      A travel blog entry by perkins2013 on Jul 18, 2013

      11 photos

      ... wall caused by erosion from the sea which we could walk through and take in more stunning views of the huge Tolaga Bay. Despite the muddy ground we walked out into Cooks Bay and took in the area before heading back up into the hills and down to the van again some two and a half hours later. It was a really beautiful walk that had treated us to breathtaking views and also a piece of the historical pie that is New Zealand.

      We spent the rest of ...

      The riches of Poverty Bay

      A travel blog entry by regal_tang on Mar 27, 2013

      1 photo

      ... the rod. Our previous one may have naughtily bathed in some water and rusted... ahem. With new reel for the fishing rod and nowhere to fish, we did the next best thing and treated ourselves to some sushi.

      One piece that we chose was called "The Kiss of Fire" and living up to its name, it left both ZoŽ and I in need of some cooling refreshment. Even after a large super thick strawberry milkshake, the warmth could still be ...