Edgewater Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... the trip and he needed it today as it was very cold. I realised my hoodie wasn't warm enough so bought one from the ship's shop. Just as well as I had it, my padded vest and coat on and the wind was really cold.
We were picked up on the wharf by a young guy & his wife. Will was dressed in the 30's style with the 2 toned shoes, boater hat and stripped vest. His father and he built the train and the timber carriages were really well ...
... is not fit for drinking”. Hope the kitchen and coffee machine use bought water, what a pain that must be.
Wairoa, population 4200. My brother-in-law helpfully mentioned that Wairoa leads or is on the podium for every national crime statistic. Warily I park on the main street and enter Robinsons Trading, the second hand ...
... and shops including some vintage stores. Even the buses are Art Deco style. Mike said he could not believe how much our location reminded him of Manly Beach in Australia. The Scenic Hotel was beautiful with a view of the Pacific Ocean. We managed to get caught up on some laundry and headed out to dinner. We shared a pot of Marlborough green lipped mussels in a garlic wine sauce. We complimented that with ...
... a fish and chip shop it was lifeless. We drive around the port first and then headed into town, which is harder that it sounds the signage giving directions was useless as they were only every now and again with several junctions and roundabouts in between. We did finally find the centre and a car park, which was empty and wondered around the Art Deco city. The beach, even though it had four people sunbathing on it, was a harsh and brutal place, strong ...
... then exploded!! Our next two days in Napier gave us a chance to get to know a lot more about the town, it's history and its present day economy. First we had a tour with a local, Yvonne. She drove us round the surrounding area taking in Hastings, Clive, Te Mate which is the highest point in the area and then to a variety of places in what is known as the fruit basket of New Zealand. We ended up with cherries, plums, apricots, strawberries, blueberries, beans, olives ...