Havelock North Motor Lodge
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... I have ever had wine for breakfast! Afterwards we went to Mission Estate winery, the oldest winery in New Zealand, built in 1851. We didn't have wine here though, I had lemongrass and ginger tea and we shared a freshly baked mini loaf of bread with dukka, hummus, and olive oil and balsamic vinegar - it was delicious! It was then time to start our journey back up to Auckland. I had a great time in Hawkes Bay, it was still rather surreal spending new years in the sunshine and on the ...
... feet that were making him itch. I had a good sleep anyway lol. So we got up and dressed. Hef got his gear ready for the speed shear in Parongahau. We walked to town for some lunch and then I went to Hastings for a look whilst Hef and the other boys went to the speed shear. I went to Hastings and got a few things, then headed back to the supermarket. Came back to the caravan and watched a DVD. I don't think I slept very well last night as I fell asleep until Hef ...
... Taupo around 1pm and go to 'friends cafe' for lunch. Mince & cheese pie for me, beef burger for hef. We take a walk around the town after lunch; hef buys some shoes as his flip flops are rubbing his feet and then we head back to the car. We get onto highway 1 for Hastings. It's around a 2 hour drive. We travelled this road several times last year, it doesn't feel like we left. My arm has gone slightly red from the sun, through the window. ...
... hand was itching to give one or two of them a good slap. No manners, no shame. On the upside there was an awesome group playing music and we bought a delish washed rind cheese, some masala chai, my essential St Andrews lime burst, a passionfruit and lime syrup (for the gins) and a pack of cumin and coriander beef snarlers.
Next stop was Havelock North for a coffee. Noticing ...
... than normal. Glad that you're doing ok Emma and good luck with your studying. We made it to the coast and parked up. Even in the shadow of the ominous clouds the beach was still beautiful. You could tell how the locals would love it when the weather was good. Another envy the world should have with NZ, their selfishness of having all these beaches and being so far from the rest of the world. Boo to you. I took some pictures and decided it was about time for coffee. We drove to ...