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... cooker with an oven which means we can heat a pie and a herby garlic ciabatta which we bought at the Christmas Market at Palmerston North. Most motels have a microwave, some have a two ring hob.
Last night we had a delicious Thai takeaway from a place very close to the motel. In the "rule books " at the motels there are usually requests not to cook smelly food. This is probably aimed at the Chinese and Indian ...
With the view of the hills around us we felt that we needed to explore the terrain so went to Wither Hills to climb to the view point. Very different vegetation to the North Island as farmers deliberately burnt the natural vegetation which then led to severe erosion. we enjoyed the walk and picnic with surprise views of the Cloudy Bay coast in the distance. Hills all around and vineyards as far as the eye could ...
... My practice was super nice, the staff were really welcoming and the patients were all really nice. I was sad to have to leave, given the opportunity I would go back in a heartbeat. The weather here is a million times better than in Wellington as well, which is always a bonus.
I utilised my weekend in Nelson to go and visit the Abel Tasman national park. It is just beautiful. I know I say this about everywhere I go in NZ but seriously, that's because most places ...
... Possum Pies! Now hear in New Zealand they capture, kill and skin possums for their fur to mix with Marino wool to make warm clothing... However eating them is now illegal! So cue court battle and tv crew.The evening was pretty chilled, we are and got some much needed sleep in our double room room we were upgraded to due to a booking ...
... route. It took steady stepping, good balance and effective coordination. Once on the path it was a 4 1/2 hour trek through the Able Tasman National Park. Along the way the views were spectacular! It was a good challenge with great achievement felt by all when we arrived back at the barn. We finished the day with a romantic meal at a nearby cafe before returning to the dorm to hang out with our room ...