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... visit from security of the Tomato peak who warned us that the entrance to the peak will be shut now (apparently doe to the fact that the people who had bad day tend to come here in their cars and the kind of ride/jump from the peak) we went back home to go to sleep. Next day we will head to Rotorua – not only the very interesting geothermal area of the New Zealand with its geysers and hot pools, but also our starting point to Hobbiton.
The road from Mt. Manganui to Gisborne literally followed the coastline for almost the entire trip. Whilst the road surface was great, the continuous winding bends, often over steep headlands, required full concentration on the road ahead. However, this trip is not to be missed, the scenery so constantly beautiful, easily rivalling our Great Ocean Road. From Opitika on, there were no towns, merely tiny villages, and with one ...
... and I told myself that I wasn't allowed to get excited until I got my visa, and now I have my visa! I know I keep repeating myself, you have no idea how many times I have yelled it out sine I got that email. A little info on the visa it is conditional on me havering at least $2500 Canadian in my bank account and I need to have a ticket leaving Canada or enough ...
It was almost impossible to find accommodation in Napier. Ian and I sat there in the Internet cafe in Wellington getting more and more frustrated as hostel after hostel said no. After plumping for a slightly more expensive than we wanted motel, the gleaming vintage cars outside the motel revealed why Napier was so busy - we'd inadvertently stumbled upon Napier's busiest weekend of the year, the Art Deco Weekend.
Everyone is absolutely delirious over Art Deco in ...
... some pictures with them and watched the shearing for a bit then headed to Dannevirke. James and Vicky needed a few things from the shops so we did that then they headed back to Wellington and I headed home. We are going to catch up with them at the beginning of feb in Christchurch. When I got back I washed my trainers as they were full of pumous (volcanic rock that gets in the wool as the sheep rubs against it). The sink was full of grit by the end; they came up nice and clean ...
Other places to stay in Hastings
409 Railway Rd, Hastings | Motelfrom $61
401 Railway Road, Hastings | Motelfrom $108
327 Omahu Road, Hastings | Motelfrom $115
100 Omahu Rd, Hastings | Motelfrom $114
907 Railway Road, Hastings | Motelfrom $96
Corner Sylvan Rd. & Jervois St., Hastings | Motelfrom $86
801 Omahu Rd., Hawkes Bay, Hastings | Motelfrom $75
806 Heretaunga St E, Hastings | Motelfrom $82
714 Heretaunga Street, Hastings | Motelfrom $113