Quest Palmerston North Serviced Apartments
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... shearing from junior to the open-where the pros shore sheep in under a minute! We were at the show for a total of eight hours in the end as we wanted to watch the Open final, where they shore 15 sheep each!
The New Zealand landscape is incredible, with minimal houses meaning you can see green for miles! We have been lucky enough to be in the air numerous times whilst in Weber. With Emma flying back from Mahia and Sophie squeezing in her flight ...
... seems a really nice place. We are staying close to the centre and not far from where she lived so we can imagine her travelling around this area. In fact at Rotorua and Auckland among other places we were conscious of the fact that she would have been there and we wished we could discuss them with her. Tomorrow at 10am we will meet with her friend Paulette to scatter her ashes.
When we arrived at this motel the owner suggested we visit a big Christmas Fayre at the racecourse. ...
... started. Jenn and Mark made some delish slow roast, with mashed potatoes, gravy and veg for dinner.
On Tuesday Mark went to work and we got to work on the van. I finished the breaks, the new pads fit and it was the easiest change I have done. Half an hour and both sides were done. We then emptied everything out, vacuumed it and packed our bags as much as we could. Mark got home from work, we played some darts and had a few drinks. Said our good-byes before he headed off to bed.
... in this geothermal landscape , cooking, cleaning and bathing. This was once New Zealands original tourist attraction and they hosted visitors from around the world since the 1800's.
I was most intrigued by how they cooked in steam -like boxes . Also were entertained by some of the village members to a cultural song and dance. A demonstration of how they use Flax leaves for their ceremonial outfits,as well as baskets for ...
Made it home today. We flew back from India with Thai Airlines via Bangkok. Even though they are the national carrier and have a nice new airport we still got bussed off our arriving plane and then transferred by bus onto our departing plane at Bangkok. The plane left late from Bangkok as they waited for a family with a suspected case of food poisoning that needed clearance from a doctor to fly. This also meant that we had to wait on the plane in Auckland for clearance from ...