Quest Palmerston North Serviced Apartments
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Today we had to leave relative early. It took us almost two hours to drive to the airport and arrived just before the gate was closed. Luckyly we still got in. When Zoe and I went into the airport, I realised my seat was taken because the Airline changed it. Especially ...
... to the other.
I became first within my group and achieved the distance in a time of under one
minute (for which we got a second ticket). I was so proud that day.
After lunch we
went to the face painting. That was also of great fun. Shannon painted my face in a creative
At the end of the day we celebrated founder’s day with a big dinner. Everyone
dressed up in black and white. Except for year 13, they wore bright colours.
... family the moment we stepped in the door, with hugs & alcohol offered immediately. Oh and did I mention the comfiest bed ever? It was such a lovely relaxing few days, which was made even better by the fact we got to attend Amy's 21 birthday party! And it was amazing to meet up again with her and her fb Bryn in Dunedin, feels like we have known them ...
... airport 4 hours for the next plane home.
Well what did we think of China. It is an amazing place of which we have seen only a small part. Although the last stop in Shanghai was good, it was also a little disappointing, and in hindsight it may have been better to of spent a bit longer in Beijing. The Great Wall, the Forbidden City and the Terracotta Warriors were all ...
... 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 ...