Bella Vista Motel Palmerston North
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... look at the jumping course. None of the jumps were crosses so my trainer recommended to leave the jumping part out. I thought that was a wise idea because my seat was not very secured and I probably would have fallen of if Elmo is naughty. During the day I watched the others. It was freezing. When Frances came over she said I should guess how much percentage I probably good, I said 60. And she answered 75 %. I was soooooooooooo proud because she said that I ...
... airplane passengers maybe) made me realize that I had developed a strong affiliation with Mountains in Nepal. They are magical - especially when they are snow capped (oh... a tear nearly dropped on the keyboard there).
I really think this could become a bit of a hobby and activity I will peruse in the next couple of years (at least on holidays).
The way back I hiked with Florian, one of the Germans who was working in NZ and was travelling on his ...
... of vegetable such as squash, potatoes, peas and beef cattle but also a dairy, and wood, there is an extensive pine forest. Much of what they produce goes to China, including dairy cattle. The house is on a hill (it was moved there as a whole, lock stock and barrel, by tractor!! Seen the pictures!) It has a commanding view over the countryside. Cecilia is a very accomplished artist and is surrounded by animals. She has 3 alpaca, 1 donkey called Jackson, 2 highland cows ...
... Truth be told it was like being in a barnyard. But hey, it's not everyday you get to have a big sleepover like that! I woke up the following morning with the worst sore throat ever and thought I'd never be able to speak again. Alas, my trusty berocca came to hand and I downed that and all was well. After a watery porridge (we ran out of milk) and breaking my zip on my suit case (very annoyed) we got back on the bus to head down to Wellington. Ero Tergum ...
... as I am calling them) and narrow one way passes and bridges. Sometimes lights are employed and other times you just take turns as you can see to the other side of the bridge.
Found a lovely effeciency room and enjoyed a bottle of Pinot Noir ( called Devils Staircase", which Russell loved the name as there was a Deviil's staircase on the Tangiroro Crossing) /