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... of the city below. No one was home yet, so we decided to walk to a restaurant that was recommended to us at the bottom of the hill. The restaurant was called "Elevate" and we enjoyed our last NZ dinner of pizza and seafood chowder.
We walked back up the hill to Andrew's house (some good exercise), and met Andrew, Nic and Jill there. We chatted awhile before heading to our room to begin getting ready for our flights home.
... you get around a city, to see as much as possible in a limited time? Answer - the old red bus! A 3 hour tour, with the first hour in the city centre on an open top bus and the next 2 hours in the suburbs. There is also a tram system (although limited because of the city reconstruction). To be honest there is not a lot to see in the city. The two earthquakes ( first in September 2010 and the second in March 2011) devastated the city. Though no ...
... The scenery here was flatter and a lot dryer as we discovered when we arrived to our accommodation for the night. We knew it was hot out and we were refilling the water regularly, plenty of stops and enough food was the score here for good reasons. After finishing 70k the first day we arrived to our host telling us that we had just spent the day cycling through 36 degrees and highs of 40. No wonder we looked like a trio of wet rats. We treated ourselves to some pub grub ...
... price compared to Canada so doing hotel rooms and eating out every day was not an option. At least with a van we'd have the flexibility to set our own schedule and come and go as we please... and if we find creative spots to park for the night we could save costs. ;-) We picked up our "Jucy Cabana" campervan in the morning and headed for the ferry. This sea going ferry boat ride costs almost $300 to go from the north island to the South where our journey ...
... saddest sight from other views and we were told a recent high court ruling has agreed total demolition and rebuild is the only feasible way to go .
A critical shortage of building materials was not enough to daunt the spirit if the locals
when it came to revitalising the destroyed city centre following the deadly
Re:START, The pop-up mall was created It began with 27
retailers and ...