Bella Vista Motel Palmerston North
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... and pure white. After winding our way through the cave we came to the underground river where the boats were waiting. We could not all fit in one boat, so we had to wait 20 minutes in the dark with a few glow worms to keep us orientated. Our guide then returned with another guide to fit us all in and take us through the cave. It was magical and really quite serene. it was 5.30 when we re-appeared and made our way to Marokopa, where we were told was a campsite ...
... stopped at a viewing point to take in the scenery, where we all just casually sat and ate these incredibly huge strawberries whilst looking out into the green rolling hills with the sun sparkling down. Was pretty special. After a lot of driving, we made it to Kelly's house which she shared with two friends. Luckily for us, one friend was away for while, so there was a spare bed. We had a ...
... crafted into a necklace and he even gave of some of his grapes that were growing on the inside of his house!! And a good deal was had.
The day started out cool and it only got worse!! By the time we stopped to view Pancake Rocks and Blowhole, it was miserable and yes HAIL!!!!!!!! We bundled up and still experienced the Äwes and oohhs" that we witnessed at this geological ...
... rewarded by finding the Turitea walkway, beautifully maintained even if a stretching-then-driving-off jogger was the only sign of it being used on a quiet Sunday. The path skirting the university is undulating and picturesque, particularly on this day at sunset, with dramatic colours appearing over the trees. Fantastic. I turned back onto the main road when the sun had died off enough to make it a bit dark in a part of the walkway with tree cover and was back in town too late ...
... 140g) tomato paste (Delmaine tube has best flavour)
· 1 tin chopped tomatoes in juice
· 1 small tin coconut cream (optional)
Cook prepared lentils, celery and carrots in the stock for half an hour. Do not drain.
Heat oil and cook onion until soft, then add garlic and curry paste and cook for 5 minutes.
Mix spices ...