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... can remember, there was a great variety of food and produces and none of the usual junk. Even we really don't need any more food, we ended up getting some fresh scones, half a danish cake and some very sweet bok choy that we cooked up tonight. We tried some Japanese ghouze with lamb filling, delicious! We will have to try to make some when we get home.
We then have a self guided walking tour of downtown after a ...
... about and exterior. Keen to see some marine wildlife we drove up the Otago Peninsula along a very windy coastal road, the views of the water and Dunedin were stunning. Our fist stop was Larnach Castle - the only castle in New Zealand - which is situated on the top of a very steep hill but Chester managed it! We got tickets to walk around the castle grounds and gardens which were huge! There were lots of different areas including a rainforest, rock ...
... room with fresh flowers in a vase just for us, they smelt so good. Zoe and the three of us ventured out for some lunch at the Re:start mall, which are shops and cafés made out of recycled shipping containers, an innovative way to bring life back to the city centre following the earthquake. The city was virtually destroyed on the 22nd February 2011 following a destructive earthquake of magnitude 6.3.185 people lost their lives and 115 of those were from the ...
... br> done on sidewalks. We took some pictures of “repaired” roads and some repair action. We especially liked the guy with watering pot – trying to make sure that the asphalt won’t stick to plate tamper :J
This giraffe chase ended when our feet started to burn and the skies started to darken with
rain induced clouds. The time has flown by very quickly and our rumbling stomachs suggested we head ...
... basically practice day for the harness racing, before they do it for real. Horse enthusiasts or nosey folk like us take photos and relax with a pint. It was just a shame it wasn't real race day. Hopefully we could make a meet in Oz. Now to explore Christchurch. We parked up besides Hagley Park and headed into town. There were building sites everywhere. The devastation of the earthquake was obvious. We walked through the Re:START Mall, where the shops were in ...