Pavilion Motel & Conference Centre
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... topped up with sheep, it didn't help that it was the hottest day all week in a metal shed with hot sheep...I'm quite glad I wasn't doing it all day...sorry Hamish! Tuesday was also the day when I met up with Sue and Dave who are travelling around NZ with their sons Scott and Adam. It was great to show them around a NZ sheep farm, and was nice to have someone from home visit for a bit, not to mention bringing my Xmas present!!! We went for ...
... decision making and design and implementation of curriculum. Teachers engage in action research, develop relationships with Indigenous peoples and educators from other countries, and are encouraged to develop their individual expertise and passions in the curriculum. If the dedication, passion and inspiration of Brenda and Miria are any indication, the children educated here at Mana Tamarika will be proud and confident leaders in New Zealand's ...
... many jade jewellery stores all in the same location. There was one neat place that was called "Benz n Stonz" carving studio. You can do one to several days workshops and carve your own jade, paua shell, or bone creation. Just the thing I would love to do if spending more time here.
Stopped at another small side trail, to cross a swing bridge over another glacier river, to enjoy a view and stretch the ...
A huge day … we have moved a whole 15kms today from Woodville to Mangatainoka!
Our first stop this morning was up at Te Apiti wind farm. We have been looking at these wind turbines on the horizon, but wanted to have a closer look. The lookout has a 70m turbine right in the middle of the carpark. I love wind farms. So we parked up and put the kettle on before going ...
... and Waikiki was a good idea and the Papaya Paradise is a quiet and relaxing place to stay.
A hire car is a must if you want to explore the island, but sat-nav or a good map is essential.
The down side - picking up the hire car. Hertz in Waikiki appeared under resourced and I doubt very much that our car was properly cleaned before we picked it up. Although I could be wrong and the sand across the dash was there on purpose to prepare you for the beach. ...