Aubyn Court Spa Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
Tonight for dinner we're having a famous New Zealand boil up. We need watercress so we were up early to head out to a stream on the farm to pick our own. Personally I would have headed to the supermarket but Rachel wants to relive her youth in the country. I borrowed Tony's wellies, I'll tell him when he gets home that they have a split in them and are not waterproof. 5 carrier bags of watercress later I think we have enough. The rest of the day was ...
... Sunday year round. We were pleased to see many of the same vendors we encountered two years ago. My purchases were a book, avocados, and a packet of ANZAC biscuits (daughter Laura's favorite cookie). Buzz bought a few pieces of greenstone and struck up a conversation with a man from Feilding who is a stone carver. They made plans to get together later today.
Back in Feilding we drove to Timona Park to watch the Mule and Donkey Show. ...
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 ...
... poles) in a big, grassy field that looked like an African savannah. We went down by a river and drank scrumpy and put our aching feet in the cold water. After a while, me and my friend Erin sat down in the field to watch people play rugby. We noticed that a group of people were standing around someone lying off to the side of the rugby game but didn't really think anything of it. A few minutes later someone came up to us and told us that the person on the ground was our friend ...