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It is amazing how quickly you can get used to being warm and not having to wrap up. Being down south though I have started to experience again all those things that I haven't had to deal with very much since I started travelling. For example: 1. Going for a walk and layering up, only to remember half way up a massive hill that your body warms as you exercise so you end up carrying 5 layers, hat, scarf and gloves! 2. The fact that it takes so much longer for ...
... monochrome. This gave us an unwanted situation of "rainy day-day". When you’re surrounded by so much beauty and so many walking tracks, just what do you do when you can’t go out to enjoy it? It was quite the puzzle…enter the solution, puzzle world, an attraction seemingly made for such days. Puzzle world was a strange kind of place complete with optical illusion rooms, café with various brain teasing puzzles, and a maze in ...
... I admit it) I nearly side-swiped another holiday maker who was in my blind spot... Oooopppps sorry mate.
Passing and stopping often for umpteen photo ops along the way we make it safely to our digs for the evening....SO we thought mmmmmm.
I had booked the 19th of JUNE instead of April damn it and the Aoraki Mt Cook Alpine Lodge was fully booked for the Easter weekend.
Ok thats 3 things that have gone wrong for ...
... to a few buildings within a limited area. The centre of Christchurch is now a mixture of damaged buildings which are almost untouched since the quake, derelict sites where buildings have been demolished and a very few restored buildings. The cathedral is still fenced off and will probably be demolished - unusually it seems that the Anglican Church wish to demolish it as being beyond repair but the council want it restored.
Three years on and great debate still ...
... of pasture divided into plots of a couple of acres. Many were being watered by complex spidery contraptions which pivoted from one corner of the field. Some plots were stocked heavily with sheep or cattle. This went on for miles with no farm houses nor any habitation.
TravelPod Member ReviewsOpawa Homestead Albury
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