Quality Inn Napier Travel
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... drove through a narrow gorge for many miles the road perched on one side and the railway clinging on to the other side. Once through the countryside was similar to the South Island and empty again. Sheep,deer and beef herds were in evidence and we started to see the occasional vineyard as we were now in the Hawkes Bay appellation. Just before noon we arrived in ...
... the toilets however, do not (it seems your quite lucky if you get toilet paper). Reviews and flyers boast the large clean kitchen but fail to mention the seeping fridges. It's not a bad little hostel though and for $25 each a night, with sea views and a short walk into the city centre, we certainly aren't complaining. Napier's architecture is largely Art Deco, as most of the city was flattened during an earthquake in the early 1930s, when it was rebuilt it ...
... and were immaculate, there are all sorts of children's play areas its a delight if it also had golden sand it would be "awesome" !!
We had a lovely lunch overlooking the Pacific ocean and for the first time in nearly 4 weeks we had a diet coke each (they didn't have Bundaburg or alcohol). Then back to the bench for another chill and let the dinner settle. While we were sitting there we got a phone call from Rodney to ask where we were as he had picked up his 3yr old ...
From Rotorua, we headed south to Taupo, the weather not so good, overcast, windy and cold. We arrived in Taupo and went straight to the i-site in order to find out about the Tongariro Crossing, one of the great walks over an alpine volcano. Unfortunately it was a no go. There had been a recent heavy snow fall and it was -7. We are not geared for that kind of weather or have the experience, so we stayed the night in a motel and had a thermal bath. We decided to ...
... br> Taupo is a very sweet town with a small brewery and pub which of course we visited one evening. Earlier that evening we had a go at an unusual golf driving range. It sat on the edge of large bank overlooking the lake. The green was on a small pontoon in the lake. As you can imagine most balls end up in the water. Some poor sod has to go snorkeling every day to retrieve them. All was going well until Peter hit a ball and sent it of at an angle down the beach under the bank and ...