Pavilion Motel & Conference Centre
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- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Whilst the scenery was lovely, we are of the opinion that the Bay of Islands area offers more. During this drive, there are some hairy hairpin bends. As we have a lot of driving, Liz is taking a turn. However on a couple of occasions, I was heard to say in an ever increasing tone, whoa, whoa, whoa. However I did have one mishap. Whilst a passenger, I got this pain at the top of the inside of my thigh. I told Liz to ...
... North to have lunch with our favorite bookseller, Bruce McKenzie. We went to a bistro down the street from his shop and had a great time catching up. He has a wonderful bookshop in George Street and is one of the few remaining independent booksellers in NZ. We bought some books for our grands and left Bruce having planted the seed for a visit from him in 2015. On we went to Te Manawa the wonderful museum of ...
... 140g) tomato paste (Delmaine tube has best flavour)
· 1 tin chopped tomatoes in juice
· 1 small tin coconut cream (optional)
Cook prepared lentils, celery and carrots in the stock for half an hour. Do not drain.
Heat oil and cook onion until soft, then add garlic and curry paste and cook for 5 minutes.
Mix spices ...
... few last tacky souvenirs etc. Finally Jett decided on a snack stall and stepped up for his order. I was not interested in the slightest in joining him as I was feeling bad with my head cold and the smells permeating the air was a bit rank. Oh and by teh way did I tell you I have an absolute fear of the things..
Anyway Jett finally got his Scorpions on a stick, fried in oil (3 to be precise). He scoffed them down ...
... painted most of the exterior of the house, and I did a bit of gardening.
On Tuesday we joined Beverley on a school trip, and I was in charge of Tonto the miniature horse. He’d never been on a school visit before and was small but with very powerful muscles (and therefore kicks), so I was a little bit nervous. In fact, for the three hours that we were surrounded by children he only grew a ...