Edgewater Motor Lodge
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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We spent our last afternoon in in Auckland with Grant and Nichole. They took us to lunch at Takapuna, then a walk along the beach and an ice cream . Perfect way to spend a day, and we felt we were seeing the real Auckland.
Yesterday was spent on a road trip all the way from Auckland to Napier - 6 hours! The last part of the journey from Taupo was through the mountains - great, deep, ...
... We set off invigorated, knowing it was going to be an easier day. The packs were easier as we were getting used to them and we really marched on for the first 40 minutes on a lovely smooth path. Disaster struck! Left ankle gave way, went flying to the floor aided by the heavy pack, hitting the ground hard. Ankle a little sore, bump on head, gently got up...Richard a little concerned but encouraging...Shook, regained pack and we carried on. 10 minutes later ...
... be hinting about all the food I have eaten so far on this cruise. Our final stop was at Ngatarawa Wines which is an old racing Horse Stables which has been converted into a Winery & Vineyards. The visit concluded with an ice cream and BBQ Atlantic Salmon which was being cooked in the grounds as part of a photo shoot for a book or something. We got to eat what was being cooked and it was ...
... br> Rain greeted the start of our journey and stayed with us for a good few hours. Our journey took us through Cambridge and Oxford which seems quite surreal having lived relatively nearby to them in the UK for so many years. The girls had a sleep in the back and we were soon in Taupo.
Even in the rain and wind, Lake Taupo is a beautiful place so we took a quick walk along the shore line and ...
... Tracy gets a great idea...why don't we go biking out to see the gannet colonies at Cape Kidnappers? Well, 29 hot & hard-working kilometres later, we had done just that, and found ourselves barely able to get up to the Clifton Cafe for our reviving beer! We departed from the campsite and a great bike trail took us the first 5+ km, then we had to pedal along the sandy beach for about 8 ...