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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Napier
... up on some much needed time in the sun!
Charlotte, the girl that I will be living with for the next month, picked me up that night and we went to Wairoa. The night I arrived was a goodbye party for one of the people at the clinic, so I got to meet everyone all at once! We were at Joes house for dinner, the head vet, and there was so much good food, including venison stew ...
... is my main hot meal and snacks to keep me going from one museum or must-see place. to the next. I am expecting that from the moment I leave home I will be faced with difficulties and problems to overcome, but the alternative is to stay home and gradually fade away into obscurity. I'm not ready to do that yet, not this year, and hopefully not next year either, or the year after. I am lucky to have the opportunity to do this and I know it
We woke to clear skies: the rain had moved away overnight. We could see the bay, Hawke Bay and saw something very familiar. A huge cruise ship. It had two pilot boats beside it and was turning to reverse up to the quay side in the docks. We expected that Napier would be very crowded once the passengers had disembarked for the day. We drove into the town and headed for the information centre and sure enough large numbers of security pass ...
... and was created by an enormous volcanic eruption.
After checking into the hotel in Napier (all rooms have a view of the Pacific ocean), we walked around Napier to admire the art-deco buildings which were constructed when Napier was rebuilt after the 1931 earthquake.
We then spent a very boozy afternoon visiting two of the Hawkes Bay wineries - Church Road and The Mission. In all we tasted 12 ...
... was renowned for their Pinot Noir. Standing at the counter, I thought I was missing something and realised it was my other drinking buddy Christine who would help me prop up the bar on our travels in USA. "this drink is to you, lovely Christine!" Wellington is a beautiful small city, on steep hills overlooking the pretty harbour. I fell in love with it immediately. I always like to compare cities and because of its hilly views it isn't ...