Harvest Lodge

23 Havelock Road, Havelock North, Hawke's Bay, North Island, New Zealand | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Havelock North

End of Nowhere, part two

A travel blog entry by daretoknow on Jan 22, 2014

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... we had the tail end of a cyclone which ripped my tent, and after some clever repairs, put it back up again, only for the next night for the front end to rip in half and so that damned tent is now in the bin! Luckily, Grace had a spare one, brand new, that someone had left behind some years ago, and is now my new home! I slept in it last night having moved it to a more sheltered site, which is right on the beach... Then we had an earthquake! ...


A travel blog entry by kangarog on Dec 12, 2013

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... Once out of the sheep field we went to find Terry (Billy) who was tied up at the far end of the camp site. He had a big mischievous grin on his face and he was phenomenally desperate to get at Jay who had the food bag. He kept on butting her and being very naughty. He was hyper frantic and ever so funny. After this we settled down in the sun for the rest of the day. Last time we were here we don't recall being bitten but today the sandflies were ferocious ...

Gannets, Seals, dolphins and following rain clouds

A travel blog entry by liz_turner on Nov 21, 2013

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... but for the next hour we managed to stay exactly in the middle of the cloud. Every time I looked at the radar we were in the same relative place - in he he centre of the cloud! So all very wet by bed time. Rob was our deck officer for the watch. He seemed to need to do lots of chart work whilst it was raining! So as we came off watch Sarah, Amy and I offered to give him a big wet hug for thanking him for being our officer - he agreed after putting on his coat at ...

Te Mata Peak & Havelock North Town

A travel blog entry by carolineanne22 on Nov 18, 2013

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... t realise just how hot the day would get. As soon as I got home it was outside for sunbathing. But not for long because soon we were headed for Te Mata Peak.

At first when I heard people saying 'Te Mata Peak' I was convinced they were saying 'tomato peak' with a slightly strange accent.. but not quite. Te Mata Peak, roughly 400 metres high, overlooks the whole Hawkes Bay and Napier area. ...

Lord Nelson arrives in Nelson!

A travel blog entry by liz_turner on Nov 16, 2013

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... to travel after being on board for months and months. So I went down to the harbour with Rob and his father after a cup of tea. Downs on the Coastal Berth, Wakefield Quay, we stood for over an hour as Nellie got bigger and bigger. Many people came out to see her come in and many boats were out in the bay. There was an amazing welcome including the mayor of Nelson, the local mayor of Tasmin and a local chief, a local school to give us ...

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