Bella Vista Motel Palmerston North

Address: 172-174 Fitzherbert Ave, Palmerston North, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 172-174 Fitzherbert Ave, Palmerston North.
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Travel Blogs from Palmerston North

08.08.15-09.08.15 (The first year 12 in-weekend)

A travel blog entry by amelie_krumnack on Aug 08, 2015

Form the 8th to 9th August we had the
first in-weekend as a year group. We had agreed on hiking a mountain tour on Sunday
as a group activity but it was cancelled the night before. The next morning we
got the news that it was the best ski day in a long time but we didn't go...
For me it was not as ...

Flooding weekend (20.06.15 to 21.06.15)

A travel blog entry by amelie_krumnack on Jun 23, 2015

... told me that misses Spencer said they can’t take me. I was so
fu******************* angry!!! I really wanted to go with Shannon to escape from this boring situation! But no way…
The day was not really nice, I did nothing except frizzing. For the night we took our matrasses into the common room to watch movies. It was like a sleep
over party. Probably the best part in the whole ...

Waitatapia Station

A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Dec 12, 2014

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... was determined to visit the next cove, but to get round took another hour. It was worth a visit, but it would have been nice to see it at its best. We met a car on the way out and Richard had to do some serious reversing, myself with eyes firmly closed!
From Awakino we continued towards Waitara and stopped at the 3 sisters at Umakaha Point, near Tongaporutu, where the Hutiwai Stream ( more like a river) flows into the sea. This was a stunning walk, Duncan you ...

Standing confidently as Maori

A travel blog entry by kerrynjones on Jul 06, 2014

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... Families are very much at the heart of the school. When a family enrols their baby or young child here they make a commitment to ensure that Maori is supported at home (at least one parent must speak Maori to their child everywhere) and that the child will remain in Kaupapa Maori education until they graduate. The founding family members of Mana Tamariki set down these requirements based upon research evidence about how best to achieve ...

Day 9 - Rach heads home

A travel blog entry by paolosuth on Mar 17, 2014

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... The terraces were generated my hot springs of water, the further up the terraces people bathed the hotter the water was, it was boiling water at the top. The highlight of the buried village is the Wairere Falls, great place to stop for a picture. Next stop Dannevirke, or Dannivegas as Rachel refers, I think she's taking Michael! We toured the high street...didn't take long. I did notice a golf course, a Macdonald's and a KFC ...