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... those sharp eyed among you going back to the Napier blog I mentioned an odd couple awaiting pizza in the coffee shop, well they appeared again at the B and B that night to tell us they are meeting up with a tour hiking and a sailing the ffjords in the north on a National Geographic tour - you can imagine Alison's face!! Everyone's different!!
Sorry to say this as well but we are due temperatures of 28 degrees tomorrow and about 24 today hope you are enjoying he snow!! ...
... here and no one on the roads. The South Island only has 750,000 residents!!! We took the walk to Apple Tree Bay it said on the map it would take an hour and a half but we did it in 1:10. In total it was about 10k. There were some great views along the way. We sat on the beach and ate our sandwiches. The sun even made an appearance. The beach was great. In the forest you are allowed to camp in the huts provided or just pitch your own tent for free. The walk was great and we got to take ...
The city of Nelson was named after the British Admiral and many of the streets are named after his battles and ships he commanded. We parked between Trafalgar and Collingwood Streets. Coming from the Portsmouth area this all had a familiar ring. A stroll along the riverbank towards the marina then back into the city centre for a walk around the commercial area didn't take too long as ...
... was all kind of animals there. There was a really fat pig and a few sheep. There was also a bunny and lots of
chicken. Then we went to a little
place on the beach. That night we
caught more muscles and a few clams.
They were so good and tasty.
Then we went to another farm.
The kids that worked there taught us how to play rugby. It is a very fun
sport. They gave us fresh eggs
they were so good.
... is a city devastated by earthquakes in 2010 and 2011, the second one causing around 180 fatalities. Christchurch does have a bit of a reputation amongst backpackers here as being quite a sad place with little to do, and whilst I agree there isn't much to do, it isn't a wholly sad place. It's taking some time to get back on it's feet again, but there's also a lot of hope and positivity in the city. There seems to be lots of initiatives to rebuild buildings in innovative ways, ...