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... the farm jean Hastings and Havelock North, selling a lot of berries through their roadside stall and the local farmers market...you can imagine I was in my element there. I actually arrived just before the season started and helped them prepare for the start of the season, tidying up the roadside stall, putting up shade canopies and helping Fay (Bruce's mum) prepare for their Christmas party.
Once we started picking saw the arrival ...
We left Gisborne this morning to head off to Napier. As mentioned we called in at a "Museum" called ECMOT (East Coast Museum of Technology). I have another name for it, a partially housed scrap yard. It cost $5 each to get in (about £2.50) by another eccentric Englishman who before emigrating worked for National Cash Registers in the UK. We struggled to get rid of him and his boundless enthusiasm for all the artefacts littered around the place. ...
... things to do in the area your in, whilst playing easy listening music. It initially seemed very helpful. After a few weeks the appeal is waining with the constant advertising and the songs are looping. Anyway, today it broke. Not sure why, but we couldn't fix it so Kirsty acting as DJ put the old school radio on. We were still in Taupo so had a choice of stations. The first two or three that Kirsty found had the news on, it was just past the hour, so she kept searching.
... go with Leone and stay at Hotels booked at special rates on internet deal sites. It would have still been relatively expensive, especially if we wandered over to places like Paris and Rome, and would have used up all my savings.. I struggled with the idea for a number of reasons. The main one was that Leone wanted to see as much as possible in as short a time away from home as possible, and I wanted to travel slowly, living life with the locals, ...
Rotorua is famous for its volcanic activity. There are many sites with geysers and other thermal activity. Firstly we visit a site called Te Puia which is home to the Pohutu Geyser which erupts once or twice an hour.
Then we move on to the Waimangu Volcanic Valley. Here we walk for a couple of hours downhill through a valley which has numerous hot pools and thermal activity. It is a lovely walk ...
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
902 Sylvan Road, Hastings | Motelfrom $86
801 Omahu Rd., Hawkes Bay, Hastings | Motelfrom $75
806 Heretaunga St E, Hastings | Motelfrom $82
714 Heretaunga Street, Hastings | Motelfrom $113