Apple Motor Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... off out to find somewhere to eat. We had been recommended a local Restaurant and it was very good indeed. And only a walk away so Steve was able to wash his huge burger down with a couple of Speight's Ales Then it was back to the motel, suffice it to say we made the most of the spa bath.
Tomorrow we are going into Napier for a day with my cousin who I haven't see for 23 years and his wife. He emigrated over here about 40 years ago so got a bit of catching up to ...
... UK a lot as she has family living there. She took me on a tour of some of the local vineyards which was great to have a taste of some good wine however my taste buds are now prejudice towards the more up market wines available... No more $10 bottles for me!!!!
All in all my time in Hawkes bay was awesome. Each place I visit in New Zealand I find it hard to say good bye, but I guess I've got to keep myself moving to see everything! ...
... They came over when we got out and started to lick the car. The night before, they must have wandered passed and licked the window whilst we were sleeping. I kind of wish Anja had looked out of the curtain and seen a massive horse head there in the middle of the night – I imagine she would have peed herself. Anyway, horses licking your car is a pretty amusing sight until one decides to try and bite it, leaving some nice big scratches just above one of the windows. Stupid horse.
... despite me wanting doctor who to be real chances are that it's not. I also got travel insurance at around $600 NZD but it will cover me for unlimited health insurance and up to 2.5 million personal liability. I have also brought a ticket on the Canadian for the 28th of September that goes from Vancouver to Toronto over 4 nights and 5days so excited about that. That cost me around $1000 NZD for a ...
... was fortunately open. We loved its intricate entrance. Then we ventured south towards some wineries: not that the map helped - we rather went round the houses but finally found Sileni, which was on the way to Wellington. The lady in the shop, Anne, was absolutely delightful and gave us lots of tips on what to see in NZ. The wines were pretty good too and we bought more Pinot Gris. Nearby was Ngatara, which had some excellent ...