Hiwinui Country Estate

Address: 465 Ashhurst-Bunnythorpe Rd, RD 11, Palmerston North, Hiwinui, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 465 Ashhurst-Bunnythorpe Rd, RD 11, Palmerston North, Hiwinui.
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      Last thursday, first house drama

      A travel blog entry by amelie_krumnack on Apr 05, 2015

      ... very proud to be one of
      the creepy trees in the play. Before us the other houses performed Alice in
      wonderland, Mathilda and finding Nemo. Sadly we had to go to our house room
      when finding Nemo was played. Especially because the won the house drama
      competition. But I found that our house deserved to win the first place!


      Founders day

      A travel blog entry by amelie_krumnack on Mar 14, 2015

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      ... sitting next to Amy in front of a table while on the other side our house captain, Pip, was placed.

      She spoke a prayer that we had to repeat, than
      she asked Amy two questions which she perfectly answered. Afterwards I was asked about the location Nga Tawa was originally was build (in Shannon) and the name of our Equestrian prefect (Ella MC Kinnon).

      Afterwards we had to play several funny games. For the first one we had to throw a dice. Depending on ...


      A travel blog entry by amelie_krumnack on Mar 08, 2015

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      ... also for young horses but they were ridden by their owner. In the break we saw a vaulting show. And finaly there was a Grand Prix competition. One horse came from Germany, and it won the forth place. His name was "Vom Besten".



      A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Feb 18, 2015

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      A long slow morning and with the kindness of the motel owner we got the washing done and hung out! With the sun it would be dry in a flash! So next job to find a barber which the walk into town failed to find. The i site sent us back the way we'd walked - more steps on the pedometer! - to find number one barbers shut, number two crowded with queues and number three a Chinese woman operated affair which didn't get my vote since I didn't want Rod to look like a shorn sheep. So all ...

      Waitatapia Station

      A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Dec 12, 2014

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      ... us some wonderful photos! During the evening we received a message from my mother, about the daughter of a close friend of hers, who had married a Kiwi and lived on a farm near Bulls. It was on our route the next day! Richard went to the camp office and managed to get 3 numbers. The first one I phoned...Bingo! We were going to stay with Cecilia and Hew Dalrymple, at Waitatapia Station, their very large farm! In the morning it was still bitterly cold and we set off ...