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TripAdvisor Reviews Aztec Motel Palmerston North
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... are between Te Whariki and our learning framework: the importance of belonging to a place and culture is so critical to being who you are, and who you are becoming, which has been so well symbolised in this foyer. Later as Kellie (the manager) showed us around the centre she discussed the engagement of families and the significance of Maori culture and language for her, and in her words "You don't know where you're going if you don't know where you've come from". ...
... the wild bird life as the population is recovering.
Stoats, possums, rats, and dogs have contributed to the decline of the bird population. Possums are also a problem rodent here, such as our raccoons. There is a bounty for them , and also their fur is used and combined with merino wool to make beautiful knitted socks, mitts , sweaters etc. Very pricey but boasts about the benefits of this fine combination. (soft, absorbent, non smelly, breathable)
... queened! He looked so happy. There was a massive bon fire and many drunk people. I think we missed a drag show, but the atmosphere was still pretty good.
After the countdown we went down to the beach and lit some fireworks and then passed out for the night. Apparently there was a couple fighting outside of our tent all night and they kept some people up. I was sound asleep thankfully.
In the morning ...
Arrived back home today. Although it is only about an 8 hour flight from Honolulu to Auckland, due to the date line we left at 11pm on Wednesday and land in NZ shortly after 6am on Friday.
What can I say about the trip.
It was great to spend time with my parents.
The NCL cruise as expected, was well organised, it's a great way to see the different islands and I would recommend it to anyone thinking of visiting Hawaii.
Staying outside ...
... The young fellow's pants were so tight that the zipper blew out leaving him unfortunately exposed. In true pilot fashion he bore this with good humor having no other option until the bus would return us to the hotel at 10.
Dinner was accompanied by the expected speeches and introductions. Everyone seemed to have a good time. After dessert we received our first packets with the identification challenges for the competition leg: Masterton to Hokitika. This ...