It was a wonderful feeling to be greeted by our hosts for the next few days. “We finally made it!” I said.
“Come on in.” Tim replied.
As our car was parked in front of Tim’s, I asked if it was ok for us to park our car here.
“You’ll be alright there, don’t think we will be using much of the car.” Tim replied. That was a sign of what was to come for the next few days.
They had a beautiful home made out of logwood. We were given the grand tour and were greeted with a pleasant surprise in our room.
“How cool is this!” Gwyn exclaimed, holding up a piece of invite that welcomed us and displayed the internet code. “We must do this for our visitors as well”.
|Sitting pretty above the fireplace|
|"For Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday...?"|
|I decided to have a go and...actually quite enjoyed it|
|Getting to know the single speed|
|"drop bar too low"|
|"So this is what they call the fixie fixation"|
The following few days would be led in the true ERP spirit of LCSG. Eat, Ride Photo.
|Evening at Shark Bay|
|Foldies ready for action|
|Great beach at Poverty Bay|
|Live folding demonstration outside the crafts fair|
|Beach at Sponge Bay|
|James Cook monument, first European to discover New Zealand|
|Cruising by the beach|
|Outside the mini rose garden|
|Former Ladies club house|
|Extremely windy day at Tologa Bay|
For Gisborne Getaway Part I: The Road Trip, click here.