Harvest Lodge

23 Havelock Road, Havelock North, Hawke's Bay, North Island, New Zealand | Lodge
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New Zealand- North Island

A travel blog entry by breanne.corey


... within NZ, but due to it being summer, the lady presented us with a jaw dropping quote from one of the more expensive rental companies. Apparently most of the other rental companies had no availability. Comparing this to our research we had done in Calgary before embarking on this journey, this did not line up to our numbers. A powwow occurred between Breanne and I and with several questions directed towards the info attendant, we found a company which was nearly half ...

Jumping out of a plane

A travel blog entry by peterprest

... land and was excited to get going. We finally all squeezed into the plane and climbed to 13,000 feet. The nerves still hadn't come to the surface during this 15 minute plane ride and the views of the Abel Tasman national park were amazing. Then the door opened.. And i believe the words which came out of my mouth were holy ****. You slide to the edge of the plane and dangle your legs out, then the instructor strapped to your back sits right on the edge with you hanging out ...

Gannets, Seals, dolphins and following rain clouds

A travel blog entry by liz_turner


... the phosphorescence. I was told by Colin one of the voyage crew on my night rounds that he could hear whales through the bulk head of the ship- I didn't quite believe him - until the next day! I sent Sylvie and Felicity to get ready for bed slightly early as it takes them longer to get ready, as soon as they'd left it started to rain. The winds were getting lighter and lighter, eventually doing 1.6knots! So the engines went on to motor sail for a while. All ...

Te Mata Peak & Havelock North Town

A travel blog entry by carolineanne22


... 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


... down to watch it, 90min, which gave me perfect timing to go down to the harbour to see Nellie come in and fell asleep in 5mins! So I went back to the hostel and went to my bunk. No sooner than I'd laid down than I tanoy went out saying would Elizabeth come to reception please. I was not sure that I could be me, later I could not find any speakers in the room - odd!, who was there but Rob the now bosun for the ship and who had taken ...

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