Copthorne Hotel Palmerston North
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... doesn't like dressage, so the lesson was not that great.
I have some of my lesson from the 12th September on video . https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaY2ffB CNgA
From the 15th I sadly don’t have any ...
... sun when they already pulled onto the parking lot.
Perfect timing. They had circumnavigated the entire mountain and had lunch at a pick nick area while I went up and down.
We still didn't have a bed for the night and drove further south towards Wellington.
We stopped at little town on the coast called Foxton Beach, where we found a nice, very reasonable priced accommodation with a friendly owner.
Following one of his tips for dinner ...
... displayed. We phoned and organised a visit for 2.30. In the meantime we visited the i centre to see what else was on. The town is really lovely and she told us about the Hawera Tawhiti Museum, which was closed that day but opened the next. It has just been declared the third best Museum in New-Zealand after Wellington and Auckland, so we decided to stay in a cabin for 40 bucks in the campground. We returned to the Elvis museum which was gobsmacking!! Kevin had converted ...
... cat and we were off south again towards Palmerstone North which turned out to be a really nice little town for a walk around and some shopping before again moving off to a campsite for the night.
Our campsite tonight was Holdsworth campsite which is a small DOC (department of conservation) campsite for just $6 a night per person – these sites are really basic and ...
... rabbit holes and dozens of rabbits everywhere, as well as their droppings. This location was the site of the very first International sheep dog Trials held from 1912-2004.
One third of all dogs in New Zealand are working dogs, as sheep and cattle farms are very predominate here. Most farms are on very hilly terrain, and these dogs are a must when it comes time to round them up. There are many hikes and campgrounds that do not allow dogs. This is to ...