Tom and Shan Shan at the Spectacular Pukekura Park, New Plymouth NZ

Pukekura Park, New Plymouth NZ

Visiting Pukekura Park New Plymouth is a highlight everytime I come to visit. The Park in the middle of the city and you can not believe it is an oasis in the middle of suburbia. Today Tom and Shan Shan played Australian Rules Football in the park and Tom even went on a Train ride with Mrs Joyce’s nephew Finn. Lucy still will not let Shan Shan out of her site taking her everywhere. Finn looks after Tom and Lucy looks after Shan Shan they are both very spoilt.

















  One thought on “Tom and Shan Shan at the Spectacular Pukekura Park, New Plymouth NZ

  1. Ashlee Turrell
    December 29, 2012 at 11:02 am

    I think that Lucy and Finn loved playing with Tom and Shan Shan in the park. They look like they got to see a lot of new things that are in New Zealand.
    I am loving see your blog and all the wonderful posts that you put on from your grades global friends around the world.
    There are lots to at parks and Mrs Joyful, what did Tom, Shan Shan, Finn and Lucy do at the park?


  2. December 29, 2012 at 9:52 pm

    Thanks for your comment Ashlee, Pukekura Park is a very popular park her in New Plymouth is like a beautiful oasis where people visit to relax, listen to music sometimes and visit a zoo that is ran by volunteers. Shan Shan and Tom are just enjoying being amongst the scenery. I will took them to the park last night for the Festival of the lights, its was beautiful.

  3. Kristen =P
    December 30, 2012 at 1:22 am

    The Festival of Lights sounds awesome. Wish I could of been there with you to see it. Shan Shan and Tom would of had lots of fun seeing all the bright and wonderful colours at the festival. Maybe you could put some photos of the Festival of Lights on the blog for us, but that is only if you got any photos while you were there. I think you would of got LOTS of photos because you love taking photos where ever you go! 😀

  4. December 30, 2012 at 5:24 am

    I have taken some lovely photos of the festival of the lights they look wonderful. I have just booked for 4/1/2013 a Traditional Maori Dinner (Hangi) it is a 3.5hr spectacular of ceremonies and lots of food to eat. Stay tuned!!!!!

    • Kristen =P
      December 30, 2012 at 5:44 am

      That’s the day before my birthday and I will stayed tuned! 😀

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