Quest Palmerston North Serviced Apartments
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... we much prefer the passenger seat as we can enjoy the views as Huw drives along.
One afternoon we had some gun practice aiming at a cardboard box about 20m away. It was Sophie's first time holding a gun and it definitely showed! After a lot of help from Huw the shots weren't too bad but Emma was a shot above the rest (pardon the pun) hitting bullseye on her first shot! In the hunting mood we joined Victor and Guy on a hunt for wild deer on ...
... stopped at a viewing point to take in the scenery, where we all just casually sat and ate these incredibly huge strawberries whilst looking out into the green rolling hills with the sun sparkling down. Was pretty special. After a lot of driving, we made it to Kelly's house which she shared with two friends. Luckily for us, one friend was away for while, so there was a spare bed. We had a ...
... be kicked. No Good! Warriors win! Again Mark nailed it and it was down to the last game, the Grand Final. The Canterbury Bulldogs VS the South Sydney Rabbitohs, Mark had the bunnies win by under 12 points. Good, close game, but not as good as the juniors. On the first play a Rabbitoh's player fractured his cheekbone but stayed in to play the entire game. Sydney was holding onto a slim lead heading into the final eight minutes, before exploding and scoring a few tries to kill ...
... area of Rotorua is sitting on acres of geothermal activity under and above the ground. Of course as you are approaching this area, you immediately notice the rotten egg smell of the sulfur steaming up from the geysers and bubbling mud pots. Believe it or not but after a while it becomes less noticeable, or you just get use to it. We visited "The Living Maori Village"Whakarewarewa. This still active community of approx 24 Maora ...
We voyage to River Valley today; an incredibly isolated cabin in the deep valleys of central North Island. Sheep and vegetation abound. Some white-water raft, but I've ticked off that old box. And it's raining very heavily. So we play poker by the roaring fire hustling the noobs. The men do at least. The women play ...