Quality Hotel Emerald & Conference Centre
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the beach before dinner. We don't make it all the way along the beach, in part because it's so long, but also because we are distracted by the driftwood that has been carved by the ocean into amazing pieces. There are also loads of shells, most of which are complete which is unusual. It's almost like being in a shop selling seaside souvenirs, except they're free!
The gentle lapping of waves are once again our soundtrack to go to bed ...
... 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. ...
... midnight without the sociability of headphones. They had the single end-to-end beds, but I was happy in my lower bunk next to the window at the other end of a long thin room. Twit had left for good about 6, the other gone by 7 and I lounged. Another bright and sunny day. Gisborne is not quite the furthest eastern point of NZ, but the first city to greet the sun, and it had certainly done so today. I wandered out into the sun, stopping at Countdown for supplies. You get longer ...
... I have ever seen. From the rock formations either side we figured out that this was the definitely Freddies mural and parked up in the campsite on the beach and wondered along the pier to sit and the end and do some more fishing. Unsuccessful for me but Lucy caught a few tiddlers (think she may be hooked!) none of which big enough to eat though. Not a problem as yet again, we were sat with a stunning view of the sun setting over the bay, just soaking ...
... flying nun backpackers". Looked old and creepy from the outside, inside was par. I checked into my room and conveniently was just myself and another girl who was from Sweden. We had a small chat before I dozed off for a two hour nap. There were a few things you could do here that just involved two feet and a body. Captain Cook is who found NZ in the 1700 so they have a bunch of statues, points, coves, lookouts throughout NZ. They had 2 statues and a landing point here. I ...