Portside Hotel

Address: 2 Reads Quay, Gisborne, North Island, New Zealand | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2 Reads Quay, Gisborne, is near Longbush Wines and Montana Wines.
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      Travel Blogs from Gisborne

      The Captain's Story!!

      A travel blog entry by partickhill on Dec 15, 2014

      16 photos

      ... nothing. He named this area 'Poverty Bay' before sailing onto and naming the Hawke Bay. Cook’s statue stands in the city centre, but another statue stands at a viewpoint over the harbor and has now been identified as a fake – wrong uniform, facial features and is referred to as Cap n' Crook! The statue of 'Young Nick' celebrates the first siting of New Zealand by a surgeon's boy - Nicholas Young - on Cook's ship.
      The Pohutukawa trees that flower in December and are ...

      Home of the kiwi

      A travel blog entry by thandi.meets on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... br> On the Monday I was walking along when we felt a shockwave of an earthquake that happened about 78km out to sea. Afterwards we stopped to have a coffee and a doughnut at the famous Mister D's in Napier. What makes them so special is the way you get served your doughnut. You choose your filling, but then you get a syringe with your desired filling and you get to put it into your doughnut as you wish.

      I then went ...

      Travelling South

      A travel blog entry by travellingyak on Oct 28, 2014

      7 photos

      ... realise how ignorant I am about the growth and production of this fruit. The vines are grown on trellises similar to grapes but higher off the ground, in small paddocks, completely surrounded by tall hedges on all sides for protection from the elements. The plants have large almost circular leaves and are now in bud, producing abundant sweet smelling flowers. Production is very labour intensive, and I try my first golden kiwi fruit which is ...

      Day 59 - Napier to Gisborne (136 miles)

      A travel blog entry by dewdsontour on Mar 15, 2014

      4 photos

      Hurricane Lucy is still looming and no-one is sure what her path is but at the start of the day the sky was grey and the we started to get rain which became heavier as the day went on, most of the time it was calm but we had a few gusts of wind! A twisting, forested road, a few lakes, river, railway track and lumpy hills with sheep and even a few goats (complete with sign saying "goats for 70 miles" Tony said "and the rest!" (some of you will know the significance of ...

      Driving Kiwi Style

      A travel blog entry by keith.robinson on Nov 21, 2013

      2 photos

      ... Wing, is definately a tight squeeze for 4 guys, 4 trekking packs, 4 small daypacks, and groceries. It's small; plain and simple. It is an automatic transmission, currently has 99,000 KM on it, and it feels like the suspension (if there actually ever was any) is now non-existant. Despite being pretty dinged and beaten-up, it is doing its job: getting us from point A to point B.

      Remember, though, ...