Econo Lodge The Villas
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... displayed. We phoned and organised a visit for 2.30. In the meantime we visited the i centre to see what else was on. The town is really lovely and she told us about the Hawera Tawhiti Museum, which was closed that day but opened the next. It has just been declared the third best Museum in New-Zealand after Wellington and Auckland, so we decided to stay in a cabin for 40 bucks in the campground. We returned to the Elvis museum which was gobsmacking!! Kevin had converted ...
... cat and we were off south again towards Palmerstone North which turned out to be a really nice little town for a walk around and some shopping before again moving off to a campsite for the night.
Our campsite tonight was Holdsworth campsite which is a small DOC (department of conservation) campsite for just $6 a night per person – these sites are really basic and ...
... flying across in this swing like setup, for an extra 30 bucks! We did not do this. This Buller River was also the site of an Gold Mining Play. The self quided walk allowed us to see rusted remnants of machinery and slueths left over from that period. Now jet boat tours are also done on this river, and a very popular thing to do over here.
Again on the road and thru more ...
... 8211; whatever is going limp in the fridge!
· 4 cloves garlic, crushed (1 tablespoon – NOT from a jar please)
· 1 tablespoon turmeric
· 2 teaspoons cumin
· 1 teaspoon fenugreek seeds
· 1 teaspoon yellow mustard seeds
· 1 large pinch of chilli powder
· ½ cup red wine vinegar
· 1 tablespoon red curry paste
Well it's with tears in my eyes and a heavy heart that I leave my buddy and the Craine/Webster clan in Palmy. I've had a lovely time and its flown by all too quick. Had a little hiccup in the middle of the week when K managed to get a fegoa (think that's how you spell it) branch impaled on her eye. Poor love was in terrible pain for a couple of days. She was picking them for me. They taste a bit like ...