Quest Palmerston North Serviced Apartments
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... game, the tackling bags, the scrum machine etc. Dave knackered himself out within a few minutes. It was a useful stopover to break up the journey from Napier to Wellington and the scenery was fantastic with the snow capped mountains in the distance. The following day we continued our journey south to Wellington where we are going to stay at ...
... was washed over the edge and down a gorge by a mud landslide. This road is now closed after 7 o'clock at night and reopens at 7 am. They felt at night it is hard to see any hazards around these narrow and twisty turns. Every spring a routine water bombing by helicopters is done on the banks to loosen any potential rocks that might slide down at any time and lesson the potential dangers of these roads in the mountains.
Once through the mountain ...
... to go half way to the Windy Lookout and the Wind Farm Lookout and then come back. It was a really good bush walk, about three hours, lots of ups and downs, but a decent track. Windy Lookout was awesome because to our left we could see the Manawatu and to our right was Tararua. Just beautiful.
By the time we had lunch it was already 4pm, so we were a bit late ...
I haven't disappeared or been eaten by the locals, I've arrived safely in Palmerston North and am spending few days with my friend. Have slotted back in to domestic life and am recharging my batteries for the relaxation that awaits in Fiji.
Have just been pottering about, catching up on news, drinking lots of tea (and wine ....... i love this country ), having morning count ...
... side of one of the tunnels in the ageing broccoli, you head towards the airport. It’s actually reasonably nice over there. But they seem to get some grim weather from the Cook Straight, which we crossed to get here from the South island, and it’s not a possible place to live for either of us. We like our broccoli steamed.
Once outside the city, we crossed over the steep and twisty Riwaka mountain ...