Camelot Motor Lodge Palmerston North
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... 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 ...
... beaches and coves.
We chose not to do the complete tramp but enjoy part of it. There just isn't enough time to do all. Darn!
This tramp is the most popular of all the walks, and can be done in many ways. The water taxi companies can pick and drop off passengers and kayaks at the many pickup/drop off points. Some choose, ...
... piece was that he had painted, and he answered with some of the weapons in the new Elysium movie, along with all of the armour pieces from the new hobbit movie coming out this fall. So now when we get to see these new movies, our tour guide was used to paint a lot of the items in it. We finished up by buying a couple books out of the cave and headed back to the van to get our of the city before rush hour hit. Unfortunately, at 4pm the traffic is ...
... is provided on the sailing from Wellington, while a hot lunch is available for departures from Picton.
I really enjoyed the sailing, and while Jase hunkered down and went to sleep on one of the lounge couches, I went and brought some mags and just enjoyed the experience.
It's so good travelling with Jason in NZ as he knows his way around ...
... what with the morning and evening chores and preparing dinner by myself 3 or 4 times. Having said that, there wasn’t a great deal to do around the area, other than bush walks, so we didn’t feel short-changed. And, added to that, some of the work was so fun that I’d happily have done it in my spare time- especially grooming all of the little horses!
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