Hacienda Motor Lodge
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... car, and fairly steep on one side!!! Once there you have to go through a 100 metre dank tunnel, which opens up on a stunning beach. Visibility was pretty poor at this stage and the tide was in and still coming in! We decided to return to the car, have lunch and read our kindles for 2 hours. We returned and it had started to go out, but the odd wave was still coming in a bit close. We managed to look at a carving, and a lot of graffiti carved onto the soft, mud ...
... game, the tackling bags, the scrum machine etc. Dave knackered himself out within a few minutes. It was a useful stopover to break up the journey from Napier to Wellington and the scenery was fantastic with the snow capped mountains in the distance. The following day we continued our journey south to Wellington where we are going to stay at ...
... marvelous French dinner. We sat at the table until well after 11PM. We left them with the reminder that it is their turn to come to,visit us!
8 March: We drove up to Kimbolton to attend the Kimbolton school 125th jubilee celebration. (Thanks for suggesting it, Lyn). There were antique tractors, steam engines and cars, stalls with crafts and plants, a rugby game, pony rides, and food. We made our way around and ...
... making water kefir drink again – a very stupid thing to attempt on the road. My latest batch is obviously a cracker a,s when I opened the bottle today, it fizzed all over the place – including through the fly screen mesh on the kitchen window. Not the easiest surface to clean up. I am making it in those green Grolsch lager bottles with ...
I haven't disappeared or been eaten by the locals, I've arrived safely in Palmerston North and am spending few days with my friend. Have slotted back in to domestic life and am recharging my batteries for the relaxation that awaits in Fiji.
Have just been pottering about, catching up on news, drinking lots of tea (and wine ....... i love this country ), having morning count ...