Pavilion Motel & Conference Centre
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... some beers to take away and went back to theirs to play darts. At their house we met their pet sheep named Horse and the new addition to the house, a wild bunny rabbit named Duck.
One day we helped out Jane's friend and babysat her children whilst she went to work. We took them to the swimming pool, played Lego, took the dog for a walk and watched a film.
To broaden our farming knowledge we went down to spectate Huw sheep shearing, when he ...
... at her local pub, but after a pretty heavy night in Taupo, we made it an early one. Was a pretty awesome bar with live music going on, was packed. Kelly is a Scientist, pretty impressive ay ;) and she works in The University near the area, so there were a lot of students around and xmas parties going on. Another pretty early start the following day, as we were off on our final day to ...
... minute. Cinderella stuff. The game was high octane, back and forth brawl. Edge of your seat kind of stuff. As it played out it came down to the last few seconds of the game. the Warriors built a 34-6 lead, with under twenty minutes left. They could do no wrong, just running over the opposition. Then, cue the comeback. Total reversal of the game. The Brisbane Broncos came back scoring, try after try. With under a minute left they scored another to make it 34-32 with the ...
... medical community to benefit the local rescue helicopter . It was a musical revue starring doctors, nurses and other local talent and well done. They raised $35,000 for the cause in one concert. After the concert we event out to a new restaurant, Gengys, for Mongolian grill. Good food and plenty of it, more than we should have eaten. We have one more week in Feilding and will make the most of seeing old friends and revisiting familiar places.
... Pony or something in the corner.The evening's activities include various physical trials centred around tables and chairs. I complete all successfully, my limber yound body delighting in its speed and grace. The free beer incentive is a factor too. THe next day dawns with huge arm bruises. My tipsy enthusiasm has a ...