Pavilion Motel & Conference Centre
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- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as Bethan was always at the back getting minus points.
One Friday evening we had a cocktail evening with the family. We made tequila sunrise, sex on the beach and then made up our own concoctions for the evening. The cousins then played Ring of Fire, a drinking game the kiwis call Circle of Death. We combined our rules and played the game for the rest of the night which was a lot of fun. This was the beginning of the girls (and Huw) weekend as on ...
... the school and early childhood setting places children as the central focus of all activities in each learning environment and values the status and empowerment of children and young peoples authority (active engagement and participation in decision making). This is a Maori immersion school and so from birth all teaching is in Maori. Quality Maori resources are used and careful assessments of children's language development underpin planning ...
... loads of stalls selling the usual bits and pieces. Got some lunch from one of the food stalls and to our delight, one of our South American favourites, churros, for dessert. A very enjoyable impromptu pitstop.
So we are now in Tongariro National Park and the weather is awful once again! The drive here was pretty amazing though, lots of green rolling hills, really nice and definitely reminded us of The Lord of the Rings. We ...
... back on , and onward we went exhausted and a little thirsty,but made it out intack.
This Great Walk is considered the most popular of the 9 Great Walks of New Zealand, but it can be dangerous if not properly prepared , as people have been known to die from lack of water or exposure. It was an adventure that Russell and I feel lucky to have been able to experience.( and even better that we were able to share ...
I have been through several blog sites and Jo has put me onto this one so lets see how it works! last night Curtis packed his backpack and there's even room for a rugby and cricket ball! my pack on the other hand is going to be full of first aid kit, Spanish phrase books and sleeping bag! Let me know if you find this blog and can see and comment on it. Cheers ...