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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... trait to lock ourselves out of accommodation so quite surprised it's taken till now for me to do it! Decided to have a quiet evening and just have a snack dinner in our room when a fight kicks off right outside our door - basically we can hear the whole thing unfolding which included a guy threatening another one with a knife. In the end the police had to be called and the guy carted off handcuffed into a police car - never a dull moment in hostels ...
After leaving Jordan and Jenna we decided to make a detour into Christchurch before heading to our destination of Kaikoura. This beautiful city was severely damaged by an earthquake in 2011, three years ago in February.
The "Red Zone" (most damaged area, was in the center of the city) was also highlighted in our road atlas. This ever-changing ,post-earthquake city center, is an example of how mankind continues on in the face ...
... have to work a bit to find shops-there's a paucity of convenience stores. Not exactly a post disaster search for supplies experience but still worth bearing in mind. There's a great sense of energy in the centre, the gap filling project leading to popup shops, cafés, art exhibits and murals. I found my spirits went from sad at the sight of broken buildings and rubbly plots to optimistic at what people had created. The ...
We left at 8.45 this morning after having toast for breakfast, we headed north and on the way we stopped at Ohau point to see the seals, there was soo many! Then we carried on to picton where half the bus left and got on the ferry to Auckland, then the new bus driver and group came across, the bus was pretty much full but there was some idiots on there! On the way to the hostel we passed through a nice little town ...