Distinction Palmerston North Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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My second competition was awful! I rode Elmo right after we arrived so he could not acclimatise to the arena, however the first part went pretty well. My test was at 1:30 pm so I started to warm up at 1 pm but the bell ring for me at 1:15pm. I was completely out of my mind, I didn't even cantered jet. So I went in because I heard a bell (the sign that you can start) and ...
... to a local restaurant (the only in town).
After dinner we thought why not check out the beach which should be just around the corner from the restaurant and drove up to the parking lot.
We were not the only ones there for a reason: A wonderful sunset on a clear sky.
Back at our accommodation we exchanged some stories of the day and Dad and I had quite a long night with deep conversations, a couple of glasses of whiskey and music by DJ ...
... as a shrine to Elvis! Every wall was covered with memorabilia and gold discs, periodicals, jackets, records etc.. It was a lifetimes passion in two rooms. Kevin was charming and so enthusiastic, and delighted to share his passion! Nick you would love it!!!
We had an entertaining evening, cooked supper in the communal kitchen and met loads of people. Met a lovely French couple who had been up Taranaki the previous day, and were in fact above the bad weather! ...
... have a toilet but they are cheap and we have found them all to be really nice – much more our style. The Holdsworth site was no exception, accessed via a 5km long unsealed road it has a real middle of nowhere feel, we were actually the only people there all night! This evening was super chilled with a few local ales and a chicken curry while the sun set – not too shabby.
... the wild bird life as the population is recovering.
Stoats, possums, rats, and dogs have contributed to the decline of the bird population. Possums are also a problem rodent here, such as our raccoons. There is a bounty for them , and also their fur is used and combined with merino wool to make beautiful knitted socks, mitts , sweaters etc. Very pricey but boasts about the benefits of this fine combination. (soft, absorbent, non smelly, breathable)