Harbour View Motor Lodge
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... after a sunny and windy first day. There are lots of hills, vineyards and pleasant coastline to drive around and then we holed up in the hills, a half an hour from the coast, in a free camp, and read and slept. The next morning was clear and we got to enjoy our super green ...
... whistle stop sightseeing tour of the local area taking in the seaside and Cape Kidnappers and a Saturday afternoon indulging in a sublime meal at the Elephant Hill winery and lots and lots and lots of rugby!
This brilliant weekend stop also had a sprinkling of culture as we joined the Art Deco walking tour around the town centre to ...
... had, maybe we have been spoilt! When we arrived at our accommodation it was still raining but as we had to park in an underground car park we didn't get wet. Having settled in we went for a walk but as it was still raining and we got very very wet. Apart from an Indian restaurant and a couple of Thai restaurants the only place that we could see near the motel which was open was a fish and chip shop (The Frying Dutchman) so we took some back to the motel room to eat while watching ...
... the hydrogen sulphide (H2S). There were three walks within the reserve and we obviously wanted to do them all which would take 75 minutes, according to our map and guide. Before we came I felt a bit like we had seen enough geothermal features and prepared myself for a slow hour while Jane took hundreds and replica photographs of things we had already taken hundreds of photographs of. I could not have been more wrong, talk about save the best to last. There were ...
... Tonga originally, and his two gorgeous daughters Ella and Georgie were also staying for the night. The BBQ was lovely (don't think we will ever get bored of BBQs) and it was really nice to reminisce about old times having not seen Gordon in about 7 years. Having lived in NZ for 4 years, he hasn't lost his London accent although did have a slight twang at the end of sentences and also spoke a few Maori words to his kids. Lots of ...