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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... last year that anything is possible to do, providing that the groundwork has been done well. I would disagree with anyone who says that working out the itinerary this way takes away the spontaneity of travel. I have found that spontaneity occurs on a daily basis when travelling, and is best supported by having the time and space to spend exploring places without the worries of somewhere to stay and a way to get from there to somewhere else.
... tuition and went for a walk along the beach. One of the more spooky things to have happened was that the children and Helen, whilst they were fishing with there nets in the rock pools about a week ago, found a pair of sunglasses I lost 5 years ago. I was reunited with the sunglasses that were in a poor way. What is spooky is how the sunglasses knew to show themselves as I was going to be in the area. Superb supper of fish was easily consumed on the beach house ...
... the Hotel for directions, places to eat and things to do. The hotel is situated within walking distance of all the eateries and shops in Napier.
We went to the Art Decor shop and were greeted by some lovely ladies all dressed up in their clothing for that era. We booked a walking tour and a bus tour for Saturday morning to check out the history and the places of interest.
Napier suffered a very severe earthquake in 1931 and at the time it was doubtful ...
... said to be more than 220,000 litres (58,118 gallons) of water per second during the wet season (which is now!). What a spot for a hydroelectric station.
We pass by the Huka Prawn Park and foregoing the hefty NZ$ 28.00 entrance fee, take a photo from the road. Here they produce giant prawns sustained by the heated waters of ...
... calf was still connected to my thigh.
Then we did another trip to the Coromandel with Plaxy’s friends. They rented a holiday house over on the coast. We spent the whole day at Cathedral Cove. It is a big tourist spot, but it is pretty. You hike 20 mins down to this beach and then there is a giant rock with a hole in it that leads to another beach. We laid in the sun and swam in the sea all say. The next day Plaxy, ...