Arena Lodge

Address: 74 Pascal Street, Palmerston North, North Island, 04410, New Zealand | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 74 Pascal Street, Palmerston North.
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      Back home, better late then never.

      A travel blog entry by paulanddeb on May 24, 2014

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      ... br> So will we be back? I wouldn't want to rule it out but at the moment we have lots of other places to see. Would I recommend China as a place to go on holiday? Yes, but my advice to travellers is; always keep a pack of tissues or loo roll on you; keep some hand sanitiser handy; beware that spitting is endemic; and that the locals will happily push you over if they want to get past ...

      Easter Sunday, mmmmmmmm chocolate!

      A travel blog entry by nloon on Apr 20, 2014

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      The sun was making a rare appearance so we stopped off in a town called Foxton to soak up some rays. There was lots going on for Easter Sunday, loads of people around. We popped into a little Maori museum/arts and crafts centre which was really nice and really interesting to see them weaving bags and traditional skirts and doing wood carvings and things. There was a fair on in the field across the road too so we said we'd go for ...

      Week 3: Along the North Island's East Coast

      A travel blog entry by epbrody on Feb 02, 2014

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... The highlights were the Te Tapuwae Marine reserve and the Te Wherowhero Lagoon where there was a lovely picnic area. After lunch, we walked on the beach. The water in the lagoon is much warmer than the open sea.

      Andrew Lorrey had mentioned to Buzz that the Mahia Peninsula south of Gisborne is beautiful. We hadn't been there before. What a treasure. Some of the most breathtaking sea views we have found in NZ...to say nothing of one ...

      Noone has time for blogging anymore

      A travel blog entry by hannahmayc on Jun 08, 2013

      2 comments

      ... br> Interning at NZX Agri has been good. I'm working on a story that will be published in the July/August Young Country issue. Soon I'll be helping out with the digital side of things--maybe some online editing and social media management--and hopefully continuing to write stories for the different publications.

      So far, I've tried two new fruits: the fijoa and the tamarillo. ...

      The slightly bland F places

      A travel blog entry by regal_tang on Apr 03, 2013

      7 photos

      ... 8217;, the chill began to pick up and a mass of rain clouds starting approaching us with great speed. I decided enough was enough and demanded that we leave. Pete grudgingly agreed (although he sneakily casted again when he thought I wasn’t looking, the cheek!) and so we packed up and wisely headed to the local fish ‘n’ chip shop called Mr Grumpy, where we THINK, we may have eaten shark.


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