Braemar Motor Lodge

Address: 177 Ruahine Street, Palmerston North, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 177 Ruahine Street, Palmerston North.
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          08.08.15-09.08.15 (The first year 12 in-weekend)

          A travel blog entry by amelie_krumnack on Aug 08, 2015

          ... Vic, Emmy-May, Flora, Bri and Jacinta. Because it is so
          long ago I am not sure about what happened the next day but I think nothing special
          otherwise I would remember it :P The only thing unusually that happened was
          that tree other girls and I got picked up earlier (2pm) in Palmerston North
          because of school work and ...

          Expedition to the Crater...

          A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Jan 23, 2015

          29 photos

          ... with and they looked very professional with all the gear and even a pick axe.

          They were an older couple and the man, who had been on the peak a couple of times pointed out the direction I should be taking.

          Soon after this I passed a couple of Koreans. As all Koreans, these were very well equipped, too.
          By now I was already above the clouds that I could see far in the distance. I could see Mount Ngauruhoe which starred in Lord of the rings as ...

          Waitatapia Station

          A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Dec 12, 2014

          82 photos

          ... collapsed 10 years previously) were standing freely like large erect animals. The weather had cleared up and we spent a magnificent 2 1/2 hours exploring! We then drove to Waitara and decided to try a cabin at a campsite. It was brand new and had an en-suite with a little kitchen, quite expensive though! By the morning the heavens opened up! The weather forecast was dire and a big storm was due to hit that day!
          We went to New Plymouth, we wanted to visit the ...

          Standing confidently as Maori

          A travel blog entry by kerrynjones on Jul 06, 2014

          5 photos

          ... cloak and the glass entrance includes 6 pillars representing Maori gods, eg, Tangaroa God of the sea. These lead into a wharenui designed for meeting and welcoming, a sacred space. There are no classrooms as such, rather the journey from young to old is symbolised through a progression of spaces that symbolise the family and community. Central to this is a large, fabulous kitchen and dining area that is available for families ...

          White Bait Patties!!!!

          A travel blog entry by cedarposte on Mar 16, 2014

          1 comment, 14 photos

          ... around and something to eat. Russell was checking with the Loney Planet book and it mentioned this traveling hut that serves local specialties. Low and behold we sited the infamous restaurant on wheels, pulled by a cute orange pick up!. The specials written on a leaning billboard, were Whitebait Patties, and venison burgers! Well we just knew we had to try this talked about delicacy.

          Robyn the owner and chef of "Mobile espresso Hut" prepared ...