Distinction Palmerston North Hotel & Conference Centre
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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Saturday we went shopping in Palmerstone North.
They have a shopping mall like the Thier-Galerie. It was really good. But I bought
nothing because I hadn’t got my bank card. At the evening Vic and her boyfriend came
to Shannon's house and we ate together. Later on we watched „wild child"
that was cool!
Friday at ...
... you could only cook these in an oven or on a BBQ and we had neither. Luckily I am resourceful and after a stint in the microwave and the frying pan I managed to rustle us up a tasty dinner. The next day we drive into Wellington. Unfortunately the weather was no better and it was pretty dead. I'd heard great things about Wellington but with such a short time there it was hard to tell. We treated ourselves to a lovely brunch, checked out ...
As soon as we got up we started getting ready for a big 15k walk then once we got in the car it turned out that the water taxi that we needed to take us to the outer side of the bay was not available so we decided to go to the place we were going to go to the next day today. It was a maori village that had a geyser and hot springs. We started by looking around and we watched the geyser for a bit but it was not spraying much water just steam, we had booked a tour ...
... style , in the 20's and 30's. Although some were destroyed in the earthequake, some are still there and newer ones have been built with that style in mind.
Our host and hostess, Noel and Karen encouraged us to partake of the festival and even offered to lend me an outfit to go in style! Many locals and visitors dress in the era of the 20;s and 30's. A showing of vintage cars were also involved! Music was played in the streets ...
... anyone around when I passed the sports centre on the outskirts. No one was using the rugby pitches, but inside they were playing table tennis. Convinced that I might like to work here, dealing with students who had chosen between this or England's Canterbury as the most boring places for 18 year olds, I wandered past the equestrian centre - curious horses, no people - to the Manawatu community athletics track. It was deserted, but with decent facilities, space for javelin, ...