Siena Motor Lodge
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... couple of the teachers supervising the school group staying in the hostel. A very relaxing and enjoyable evening. Day 11. Wednesday 25th March. Crossing Backpackers to Johnsons Camp Ground, Whanganui National Park. After another very lazy start, we set off just after midday, planning a short day to Ruatiti domain and a free night of camping. It only took us a few hours to get there after cycling through beautiful farm country on back lanes, so we pushed on to the main section ...
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Classes started up again last monday, and we've been working on learning Maori songs for our river trip tomorrow (Wednesday the 21st) but I'll get to that later!
Tuesday and Wednesday of last week were just everyday classes. Learning about some of the flora and fauna of New Zealand. We worked on identifying species and writing in our nature journals.
That real fun started on Thursday when we all ...
... new kitchen fitted. She showed us around her garden and I said how much I admired a beautiful peachy coloured Geranium growing up the side of her house, there was a moments silence and then Denise said “the plumber is under there...” for one brief, horrified moment I thought she meant buried.... In fact he was under the wooden house, plumbing....!
There followed a couple of lovely days with friends Rod and Bridget in Kihikihi. ...
Something remarkable happened today (where have you heard that before?) we woke up and it was belting down with rain, yesterday's sun was short lived! We got soaked twice today, still that's life.... We went to the local commercial area last night in the suburb we were staying in - New Plymouth 8.30pm and everything shut. We are convinced the average Kiwi is in bed by 9pm. We did find a Dominos pizza place open so it was a peri peri chicken and hot foot it back ...
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 ...