A Cousin of Mine
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... there is one unchangeable feeling you
experience once you've got in New Zealand – admiration. And it is not just the
landscapes you admire, these are activities and things you can be engaged in at
different corners of this unmatched country.
Here are 10
things you are obliged to do in New Zealand to get a deep feel of its
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... to clear a little. After getting our fill of the market we walked up to The Anchorage Museum. It was AMAZING! It had a great exhibit on the earthquake of 1964 with so many pictures of the devastation. It also had the history of Alaska through artifacts, models, dioramas and so much more. It was so interesting to see it all. The hands on discovery room was the clear winner, however. The boys did not want to leave at ...
... cousin Joanne's house late in the evening.
On Fri, 7/4 Joanne and her daughter Tracy drove us on a tour of Anchorage; we had reindeer hot dogs while enjoying a native Alaskan troupe sing songs in their native languages, dance, and tell moving stories of their heritage. And we took a one hour guided tour of the city's highlights and learned many facts about the 1964 earthquake, the ...
... good photos up and down the wide gravel and braided stream watercourse. We saw some good scenery before our next spot, probably a moose in deep shrubbery, at 9.04, then a she bear and two yearling cubs in a gorge at 9.12, a raven with a nest with young under a bridge overhang at 9.26, caribou down on the river flats at 9.33, a she bear and two cubs at the base of a bank down on the watercourse at 9.42, Dall sheep right by the road on a mountainside at 9.46, spectacular ...
... an inspection of the van – first impressions were how big but dark it was, as vehicles in the US seem to favour dark worktops and dark wood, but it was fine. We then got on the road to Walmart to stock up with supplies: we wanted to get on the road as soon as we could, but of course it takes ages to go round a store in a foreign country as a) you don’t know where anything is, and b) its all so fascinating. The only problem ...