Rutland Arms Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... it is too big to post. They were using basically mutts, not Border Collies.
From there we spent the night at Wanganui, a coastal city. Attached is a photo of another New Zealand bird, a New Zealand Pigeon.
Also, Nancy did some driving today and also turned on the wipers when she wanted the turn signals.
Sorry this is a little late! Also I've taken to putting most of my pictures up on facebook instead, because it's a fair bit easier to do when they're on my phone (my camera battery is still dead). So check there for them. I'll still have some included in the posts, but they're going to be chosen from the set on FB
Papa asked for me to put more captions on the photos. It wont let me put many on this page, but it you click on the photo, it will come up with ...
... be. This was held at Raukawa (raw car wa) YMCA camp – heading up into the Ruapahu (rua pay who) National Park. We arrived there after lunch on the Friday, parked up, registered and the party began. Happy Hour at 4.12 (don't be late...), followed by individual happy hours back at the buses with old and new friends gathered around. The following day with Morning Coffee at 10.06 with news of the exciting things happening that weekend and of ...
... in a hotel by trawling the internet. When we arrived we saw a large table with about 10 people sitting at it already. They were celebrating St Patricks Day and were wearing shiny green adornments on their heads! On our return to the motel we watched a British TV programme with Tony Robinsin walking around the UK and then another with Gryff Reece-Jones in India talking about textiles. There does seem to be a huge amount of British TV shown here in New ...
A very short hop to Whanganui today but we took longer than usual to sort out a motel. The town is spread over two sides of the river and along the coast a way so we drove around for a while trying to decide on where to stay, eventually plumping for a motel at the outer edge of the Main Street- Victoria Ave. As we were only staying one night, again, a quick walk through the town and along the ...