Pomeroy's on Kilmore
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPomeroy's on Kilmore Christchurch
Beautiful place to stay, and very cool looking! The owners were very nice, and there were lots of amenities. And best of all, it's still in the city.
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We set off with the beast up to Christchurch for our last day before parting company with our trusty steed. We had some issues with the campervan but I still loved every minute of it. Before leaving Oamaru we headed around the old part of the town and went to the farmers market. We didn't have much time to stop before needing to hand the camper back so was a day filled with driving. We arrived to a very windy and desolate Christchurch and parked up outside ...
... The host says the roads change constantly with all the reconstruction work, roadworks, changes to one ways etc.
The rest of the afternoon was spent visiting friends of Denis & Valerie Scroggie (for those of you who know them). We had a great time with them, and managed to find our way back ok.
We found the only takeaway nearby, called Thai Container. Like many businesses here it is being run from a container with a little ...
... We guess they were cool if you're into that sort of thing... Neither of us knew what to expect from this small town, so we were pleasantly surprised to find out it had some pretty cool Victorian history. After wandering around admiring the architecture, we made dinner in a small train stop. That evening we went to watch the blue penguins return home from their day of fishing. They were pretty frickin' cute and looked hilarious when they ran up hill ...
... wet and cloudy. We decide to first visit Lyttleton, the port for Christchurch, which is located at the end of a two kilometre tunnel on an adjacent deep water harbour. The town is not very interesting, so we continue along the minor coastal road past Governor’s Bay and over Gebbies Pass to the Christchurch-Akaroa road. The clouds are low and it is quite cool and it looks like ...