Flag Inn Aladdin's
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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On Sunday June 14th I had my first competition. It was a combined training. That means that you do dressage and jumping at the same level. I took 50 cm because I stared to jump Elmo seriously five days ago. The day started early, 5:45am but I was awake in time. My dressage test was around 8:30am. We arrived at 8 o clock so I had not much time to acclimatise to the competition feeling but it was alright. My dressage went pretty good. After that I ...
... to work. I think shaking it during team meetings will prove entertaining for me if no one else! Then an attempt to find some twenties costumes to wear at Napier at the weekend. We met an amazing shop owner who advised awaiting our arrival in Napier to bargain with the stall holders. She and I had great travel conversations as she is planning to follow my footsteps once her family have grown. We had a discussion re the direction to walk in for the park! Luckily a passer by ...
We left Taupo. This morning heading for Napier. An Art Deco town rebuilt after an earthquake in February 1931. I have said before that some of the towns were dated not in a good way, this town was classy. We walked the route suggested around the shops and stopped for a lunch at Starbucks not exactly Art Deco but hayho. We then went to Hawkes Bay museum and art gallery, where we watched a film of local people who had experienced the earthquake. Unfortunately ...
... everywhere. The pain was excruciating and it was throbbing like no other, I bandaged the poor phalange up and went to sleep (with a hired duvet). God knows how much longer later everyone else returned and it was mayhem. Laughter, shouting and screams and I was kind of in a daze so it didn't matter I just must have drifted off. It was weird because I woke up again and it was dead silence and all you could hear was the synchronised sounds of ...
... as I am calling them) and narrow one way passes and bridges. Sometimes lights are employed and other times you just take turns as you can see to the other side of the bridge.
Found a lovely effeciency room and enjoyed a bottle of Pinot Noir ( called Devils Staircase", which Russell loved the name as there was a Deviil's staircase on the Tangiroro Crossing) /