A couple of months ago an email arrived from the social media manager of Landmarks Whenua Tohunga who had come across my blog on various motorhome sites and asked me if I would like to write about some of the lessor known places that Landmarks Whenua Tohunga look after in Northland. Thinking that this would also be… Read More Rawene and Clendon House
The NZMCA Park in Dargaville has been open for a few months and a couple of my fellow bloggers have posted about the place, so we knew it was going to be a handy stopping point for the night on our way to Rawene on a visit to a couple of places that Heritage New… Read More Dargaville
Having to spend some time at home whilst we get my mother settled into her assisted living apartment has meant that there is time to get a few things sorted on the motorhome. Firstly when we drove back to Auckland from Gisborne through the Waiweka Gorge and picked up one of those dreaded stone chips… Read More Getting things done!
Because we had to come home unexpectedly from the trip to the East Cape, I thought I would put this article together. It’s been banging round in my head for a while and with summer approaching rapidly now seemed like a good time to write this. Sounds simple like any fool could do this, but… Read More A guide to buying your first motorhome
Leaving the NZMCA Park in Te Araroa Sarah and I were undecided which way to head with the weather forecast still not good we thought maybe we would just head home. So after a quick visit to the local dump station which involved crossing a ford (read flooded road) we headed back towards Opotiki. But… Read More Gisborne And Viewing Number One
Leaving the wonderful camping area of Maraenui vowing to return sooner rather than later we headed off in our convoy of three towards Te Araroa and the reason for our trip the opening of the new NZMCA Park there. With Dave and Nita leading the way us in the middle and Den and Bren bringing… Read More A Very Wet Park Opening @ Te Araroa
Leaving ANZAC bay was going to be hard after two beautiful days exploring the area, and it was only late on the last day that we heard about the caves located at the bottom of the cliffs below the Pa. With this in mind, we decided that we would explore these before we left the… Read More Heading East Via Opotiki
After a couple of months, hibernating during winter cabin fever was beginning to take hold, and it was time to hit the road again. We had been in contact with Dave and Nita who we had met on our South Island trip, and they suggested a meet up at the opening of the new NZMCA… Read More On the road again