Copthorne Hotel Palmerston North
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... and Mark's hopes. Besides that, it was a good day of rugby and beer!
Monday was back to cloudy and super windy but no rain. After breakfast we piled into Mark's car and we drove down to Palmerston North. On the way there we took a scenic side road, that was the only way to Palmerston North when a landslide closed the main highway and we got a glimpse of the future. Huge windmills lined the top of the hills as we drove through an energy farm. We pulled over at the top of a ...
... cloak and the glass entrance includes 6 pillars representing Maori gods, eg, Tangaroa God of the sea. These lead into a wharenui designed for meeting and welcoming, a sacred space. There are no classrooms as such, rather the journey from young to old is symbolised through a progression of spaces that symbolise the family and community. Central to this is a large, fabulous kitchen and dining area that is available for families ...
... Jordan and Jenna , Russell and I felt up to the task!! upward!!!!!! and onward!!!.
After 2 hours of clawing at rocks and loose scree we summitted this famous dormant volcano!
A quick lunch (cold up there) and photo shoot was in order!
The ascent was much quicker as "sree skiing"is the way to go. Russell was the first to get to the bottom as he just pretended he was powder skiing!. He rocked!
Osaka is one of my Favourite city in Japan and it has...
10.Umeda Sky Building
And many Many MANY!!! more
... with Heemi, Dave and the cat.
After a fun-filled adventure in Fielding, we decided to venture on towards the coast and headed to a place called Foxton Beach to, yes, you guessed it: go fishing! We read that this was an ideal place for it as it's where the river meets the sea and we cleverly timed it for when the tide was coming in. So again, we went prepared: plastic bags to take home our prize, knife to cut ...