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We knew we were living the dream when the sun greeted us with a most unusual morning scene. On one side was a soccer pitch, not unlike what we parked next to the previous night in Akaroa. And on the other side the waterfront, also like Akaroa, but this time it was interrupted by an oil terminal. Yes I can't say I ever expected I would one day camp right next to an oil terminal. So that’s one that never made it to the bucket list, but is ...
... am still to controlled and to insecure, hopefully that will float away during the time! Because you only live once and should enjoy every moment in this spectacular country! The mountains never get bored, the lakes never getting bored…so no reason to complainJ
Thank you for taking the time, reading this endless blog about my adventures in New Zealand. Hope you enjoyed it and you will keep up reading my other blogsJ
Miss you guys!
Lots of love, Seeya,
... the distance across the lake. It was lovely here as the sun had come out so we got some lunch and ate it by the pebble beach. One thing about New Zealand is that there are Lupin flowers everywhere at this time of the year. They line the sides of the road looking really pretty, and there were loads by the lake too all in various shades of purples. From lake Tekapo (where I could have sat all day) we ...
... Bunnings then New World and we were ready to hit the road. Ended up camping not far out of Ashbuton, found a great iPhone app that tells all the free camping spots in NZ which is awesome. Tested out the Swag in the back of the car and it fits perfectly for windy and rainy ...
... emptiness of a city. There were literally dozens of high-rises that were fenced off, waiting to be demolished. The streets were empty, and it was all most ghost like. A couple of buildings remained that were fixable, but the majority of downtown Christchurch was condemned. It really is hard to explain, other that it was erie, all most war like. high rises had windows missing, others were seen in rubble, one was still half fallen down. Curtains could be seen in ...