Apple Motor Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a private road for the fee. So we just did some pictures of Cape Kidnappers in the distance :P
We arrived to Hastings and to our gracious host – Amanda and Blair in the afternoon and decided to call it a night because for some reason we felt very tired. I caught a flu and was not feeling too good. So we stayed in for a quiet evening with a second LOTR movie of course.
Next day we went to explore Hastings ...
... I went the wrong way and missed the peninsula. There are ‘No camping’ signs and dogs must be kept on a leash – boring. At 2.24pm the first rain of the holiday hits the windshield, it’s gone in 2 minutes. The wind is up too. There are 2 roads on the peninsula heading east and south, both dead ends. To the east is Mahia, while south on the other side of the landmass is Mahia Beach – confusing. I decide to go to Mahia first, and finish at Mahia ...
... website (http://www.cic.gc.ca/ctc-vac/getting-s tarted.asp) I submitted my application on the 21st of June, I however I miss read one of the sections, I thought that I just had to give them permission to get a police certificate from the NZ police but I had to apply for it and submit it myself. So I am still waiting on the police certificate which is driving me crazy. They say it can take up to 20 days for them to get in out to me. ...
It was almost impossible to find accommodation in Napier. Ian and I sat there in the Internet cafe in Wellington getting more and more frustrated as hostel after hostel said no. After plumping for a slightly more expensive than we wanted motel, the gleaming vintage cars outside the motel revealed why Napier was so busy - we'd inadvertently stumbled upon Napier's busiest weekend of the year, the Art Deco Weekend.
Everyone is absolutely delirious over Art Deco in ...
... decided to desperate themselves along the stands and therefore it was a bit difficult. So it ended up being one on Brya and Hef, one on Damon and Joe, one on Doug and one on Dion. It was all going fine apart from when I was on Damon and Joe as Damon can shear about 80-90 lambs a run and Joe does around 60, so they were both pretty quick and because it's a closed board we have to move wool continuously, store your 'B' line behind the shearers stand, which you have to tidy up before ...