Shadzz Motel & Conference Centre
Travel Blogs from Palmerston North
... 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 ...
We leave to make our way down the West coast of New Zealand, This coast is known to have some wilder weather and the next couple of days proved it.
First a stop At Buller Gorge. Here, there is New Zealand's Longest Swing Bridge, Here those bridges mean walking!! and not like ours that swing open for boats (that is what Russell was thinking ). Beside this bridge they had an ...
... in a paddock! Pay $10 a night for two people and they give you a key to the loo and hot shower in the adjacent sports stadium.
We have taken a stroll around Woodville, which took us all of half an hour. Plenty of antique and second-hand shops which might be worth a poke around in tomorrow morning – if they do Saturdays.
... now working/living. I've got a week of au pairing and interning under my belt, and I'm slowly but surely feeling more comfortable with things. It's tough getting into a habit in an entirely new place surrounded by entirely new people who talk funny but each day is a little easier than the last.
For the last week, I've been surrounded by a lot of children which has been fun but ...
... they are interacting with children, she is always pleased that wwoofers fuss over Honey so much since she’s unable to- it would compromise her owner-controller bond (hmph. Caesar Milan, Dog Whisperer, seems to get on very well with plenty of affection). Beverley herself was very nice, but on our first night was knackered after doing two or three work outings over the weekend.
The premise of ...
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- Free parking