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... us a little of Skippers road with all its twists and turns. And then just as we went down we saw a mini-waterfall to wash our hands in faces in. Fresh chilly water was very welcomed by out sleepy selves. :D Right before the turn to Hastings – our final destination for today we made a turn for Cape Kidnappers that is famous for its gannet colony and the story the cape got its name from. Namely this peninsula was named so ...
... also had some routine where he pretended to get a phone call underwater. There was another area with some tiny rescue penguins and we saw them get fed – they are the smallest type of penguin and didn’t look much like Pingu.
Our next campsite was at Lake Tutiru. This is where we met the fellow Brits that ate the cake. We only wanted to stop here for the night before going back to Napier, but the weather in the morning was great and the ...
Ok so I have I have taken forever to write this. And I'm sorry because waiting sucks! Why is it when you are waiting for something it always seems to take forever. I had a two weeks wait to find out if I had got the job, they say that if you can't make a decision then you should flip a coin and wile it's in the air you will find your self wishing for a certain side. I knew I wanted to do a vintage in Canada but having to wait to hear ...
... which had gardens full of flowers, an impressive fountain, palm tree lined road and all bathed in sunshine and blue skies. Our first stop was at the Art Deco Centre which has a great gift shop full of 1930 style goods (including great hats!), here we watched a very interesting film about Napier. Before 1931 Napier was a bustling town with a lagoon, parks and well developed CBD (central business district) then in February a ...
We were picked up in a 1938 Packard driven by Terry, and expat from Mexico. We were driven into town where we took a 2 1/2 hour walking tour, going into many of the art deco buildings. We drove up to an overlook so that we could see all the land that had been added to the city as a result of the earthquake.
Napier still has a lot of earthquakes, about 6/year. It was a great day.
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