Travel Blogs from Palmerston North
... a fishing net. At the centre of the net is a heart shape with the words Be Strong, Aim High, Be Courageous in both English and Te Reo Maori. There are also 4 baskets in the net surrounded by a number of mussels and shells, each with words on them. The philosophy was developed with teachers, whanau and children and the words on the mussels are what they said is significant to them about this centre and what they wanted to see included in the philosophy ...
... enter different arrid terrain and leave the rain forest and damp West coast. Always spots to pull over and enjoy beautiful vistas. One was Lake Havea. Arrived in Wanaka , on the edge of lovely Lake Wanaka. Our B&B 's backyard had a lovely view overlooking the Alp Mountains.
After some fish appetizers at a local pub we did a short hike up the local Iron Mt. Again some magnificent views of Lake Wanaka and the mountains. This small hill was ...
... lesbians hitting on me. Then one found a bark collar and tried it on herself. I can now say I saw a butch looking Lesbian with dreadlocks almost cry as she shocked herself with a bark collar.
Then durning the massage the woman filled me in on what I had missed so far. This camping event starts the day after x-mas and they have events on every night. She competed in the lube wresteling, but did not win. So sad I missed ...
Osaka is one of my Favourite city in Japan and it has...
10.Umeda Sky Building
And many Many MANY!!! more
... we walked at a turtle's pace but I think we were all thankful for that speed! Another perk of going back with the Kiwis was that they all had cars and drove us back to Wellington to our houses. It was spectacular.
Final verdict: I will never again sleep outside unless I am in one of those mansion tents with an air mattress and my own personal shower. I will not play any sort of contact sport in a tall, grassy field and I will not drink jager bombs out of a thermos.