Clansman Motor Lodge

907 Railway Road, Hastings, North Island, 4201, New Zealand | Motel
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This motel, located on 907 Railway Road, Hastings, is near Te Mata Peak, Grape Escape Ltd, Craggy Range Winery, and Sileni Estates.
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    Travel Blogs from Hastings

    Stronger together ... For Maori, by Maori

    A travel blog entry by kerrynjones on Jul 08, 2014

    3 photos

    ... services. The program has multidisciplinary teams, where everyone involved with the family is 'on the same page' and working in concert with each other. This programme takes a wider view and supports the whole whanau, with an aspirational approach to build capacity and look differently at life. In this program parents are asked to look beyond the here and now and consider what they want in the future. This program supports families in developing long term plans and the steps of how ...

    Counting down the days

    A travel blog entry by khughes17 on Jan 14, 2014

    16 photos

    ... sausages, chicken, lamb steaks, beef steaks, vegetable kebabs. Delicious! We sat around chatting and drinking as the sun went down, but it was still warm, which we aren't used to. Very pleasant evening :) 23/01/2014 Got bitten during the night on both feet! Very itchy. Woke up and attended my bites with calamine lotion. We went to Hastings in the afternoon. I wanted to buy a new suitcase as the one I have is difficult to manoeuvre and isn't that big. Loïc also wanted ...

    Gangnam style

    A travel blog entry by khughes17 on Dec 19, 2013

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... throwing them against the door, punching them, smacking their heads against the floor, it's awful. It literally ruined the day, I was getting so angry with him as there is no need for it at all. He was trying to shear fast but ended up cutting them and then they would kick because it hurt. So he'd hurt them even more. I was so close to hitting him with my broom, but it's difficult to tell someone to stop when you have to work so closely with them, and I didn't feel I ...

    Eat, sleep, work, repeat....

    A travel blog entry by khughes17 on Dec 07, 2013

    ... were a lot of wool bags (fadges) around that had different wools in that hadn't been pressed. So we started the first lot and the presser did a bale of A wool and then B wool and then A wool. At first smoko (break) they established that there was a lot of bales not pressed. We carried on; lots of wool from 6 shearers. By lunch time the presser had done around 8 bales of wool. We carried on in to the afternoon with a change of sheep that had different wool so the ...

    Back in Onga, back to work!

    A travel blog entry by lydiawall on Nov 04, 2013

    20 photos

    ... I went up to his dad's farm with him (he works for his dad) and we were shifting bulls from one paddock to the next. Us, sitting on the 4-wheel motorbike and circling the cow herd and the two dogs chasing the cows to the next paddock. I then helped putting up some fences and rode the motorbike on the paddock, while my hostdad was doing some mor fencing by himself. I watched him do some more repair stuff around there and hen we left to pick the kiddo up. I don't ...