Bella Vista Motel Palmerston North
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... check. Airlines. NZ same as ever. Flight back newer plane so a bit better then the outward leg. However the seats are narrow and the way in which the seat mounts are arranged means you end up sharing a foot well with your neighbour and a strut straight in front of you. The flight back we got in early to Auckland as we were doing over 1050km/h, Mach 0.8 as we had a tail wind of 160km/h in the jet stream. Also unlike London the captain had less problems finding ...
... to the other.
I became first within my group and achieved the distance in a time of under one
minute (for which we got a second ticket). I was so proud that day.
After lunch we
went to the face painting. That was also of great fun. Shannon painted my face in a creative
At the end of the day we celebrated founder’s day with a big dinner. Everyone
dressed up in black and white. Except for year 13, they wore bright colours.
... us some wonderful photos! During the evening we received a message from my mother, about the daughter of a close friend of hers, who had married a Kiwi and lived on a farm near Bulls. It was on our route the next day! Richard went to the camp office and managed to get 3 numbers. The first one I phoned...Bingo! We were going to stay with Cecilia and Hew Dalrymple, at Waitatapia Station, their very large farm! In the morning it was still bitterly cold and we set off ...
... north to Apiti and then east and south through the Pohongina Valley, the territory Buzz covered when he worked in Feilding. On the way home, we stopped at the North End fish shop in Feilding to get some lunch. When we lived here (1972-4), fish was ten cents a piece and the same for a scoop of chips. Yesterday it was $6.80 for two pieces of fish and a scoop of chips. We took our feast to Menzies Ford on the Orua River ...
... got driven in smaller vehicles. We spent the afternoon sunbathing by the river and I did dive in here - would have been rude not to and the water was so cold it felt like I was being stabbed a thousand times over. I swam to one side and back again and it was that cold that I couldn't catch my breath but it was so lovely and refreshing. There's this one really annoying girl who we've named Patricia (because she pushes a lot) and I also think she ...