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... have become quite a hub for craft shops and deli/cafes. Their uniqueness is enhanced in that they can be moved when the area they are currently in is rebuilt; indeed they have moved several times already. It was sad to see that the iconic Christchurch cathedral was still in ruin and had become a giant pigeon loft as no effort has been made to weatherproof this beautiful building ; a bone of contention for a lot of the locals. We had a great walk in ...
... us when we move back into the new house.
The house plans have been slow. We had an issue with the
height to boundary as the new house was over slightly and one neighbour would
not sign off. So, it was back to the drawing board. We are very close and by
the time we get back from holiday, we will be close to Sean finding a flat and
the house being demolished for the rebuild. We are hoping to get a 2 bedroom
place so we can empty the storage unit ...
... of things, this will be one of the newest cities in the world, following the Napal rebuild. As we were driving around we found an amazing new cafe called C1 which sent their food through pipes in the roof, very cool! We did a spot of shopping then headed home. After relaxing and talking rubbish, and reminding the old times it was time to get on the road again and head to Riccarton to Travinos for dinner with Nugs friends before the All Blacks game. We had a long walk a head of us ...
... became an after thought. Why save our butts off for a year for a two week getaway when we could save our butts off for two years and take a whole year off from work and routines and our "normal" lives and travel the world!! Tim is an aircraft engineer, I am a secondary English teacher and we have an amazing 20month old son named Lachlan who really is our entire world - so why not take him to see the world? We both love travel and have done quite a ...
... br> The death toll of the quake was 185, 115 of which were lost in the collapse of the Canterbury Television Building, just under 7,000 people were treated for injuries as a result of the quake.
Before the earthquake most people had probably never heard of the term 'liquefaction', however now it is a term that everyone in Christchurch is far too familiar with. The definition of liquefaction is a phenomenon whereby saturated or partially saturated soil ...