Copthorne Hotel Palmerston North
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This Monday we did some kind of "Bundesjugendspiele" and I was assigned to
"Kugelstoßen“, 100m sprint und „Speerwerfen“.
Well the 100m sprint I changed to 100m jogging*I did not sprint.
The “Kugelstoßen" went very well.
And the “Speerwerfen” discipline was cancelled.
... trying to find a campsite only worsened these feelings. The first place we came to was basically a car park on the main road of the city where you can drink and there is nothing but a public toilet to use. The second (where we did end up staying) was also a carpark, but this time in a hotel and it had ok facilities. I did make a bit of an error here though in not checking if the kitchen had an oven. We only had one option for ...
We went to the bay to get a water taxi to the start of the walk which was also a beach that had hot water springs in the sand and in some places the lake was warm and near the edge it was to hot! After some scrambling around we found the start of the walk. When we got to the top of ...
We were in one of Nes Zealands lovely wine regions. Russell is quite surprised and delighted with the many many NZ wines that are available and there are various areas of grape growing areas throughout the two islands. Napier is on the east coast of the North Island , and is a very picturesque area. In l931 a significant earth quake caused the land to rise from the sea and therefore giving this area, acres of more useable agriculture lands. ...
... to get out of the 'I'm stalking you' box I had virtually lit up ahead of me, I realised I was on the Te Araroa route, not for the first time. Known as 'The Long Pathway', it stretches all the way from Cape Reinga on the Northern tip of the North Island to Bluff in the South.
At least I've walked parts of it. I stumbled upon the university and found it deserted. Exploring the centre, with its institutional buildings and tiny lake, I didn't see another living soul, and ...