Fitzherbert Castle Motel
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... to pick me up.
We drove to her mother’s horse. While waiting for her and three other horses which had to see the farrier we went to the supermarket. That evening we made
Pizza and watched "Love Rosie" <3. The next day we did the Manawatu Gorge
Track which is about 10 kilometres and took us about two hours. My last day at
her house I spend lying on the couch an do my internals and cuddling with her
dog and cats.
... meant it was coffee time which we took in the highly recommended Barista cafe which had a most intriguing mural on the wall done by the owner/ architect. A collision of artistic styles and images from various artists and book characters. Then on to the book shop. My idea of heaven and although sorely tempted to buy an actual book or several I resorted to writing the titles down for future i pad purchase. We found some great multi faced dice and I now have a smiley face one to help ...
... and squeak, a pig called Boris and a deer called Bella. Cecilia is in a wheelchair but that does not stop her, she gets around the farm with her quad bike, another fun ride! They kindly putting up with us for 2 nights, we met Hugh's mother, a wonderful woman of 95, his sister won an Olympic silver in eventing, and had a great tour of the farm!. We were invited to supper with friends of theirs, he is a judge and she is a nurse, which was great fun. The next day we moved on to ...
... technically only $4 more (about £2) and you'd only have to share with 5 other people, not 31! This angered me a bit and I might have had a brat moment and shouted "check me into the nearest hotel please!" Before the majority of people returned from the night out me and another girl thought we should quit while we were ahead and go to bed. Just before this happened I accidentally dropped my iPad on my bad toe nail which then started to ...
... flying across in this swing like setup, for an extra 30 bucks! We did not do this. This Buller River was also the site of an Gold Mining Play. The self quided walk allowed us to see rusted remnants of machinery and slueths left over from that period. Now jet boat tours are also done on this river, and a very popular thing to do over here.
Again on the road and thru more ...