Tangley on Clyde
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... Christchurch has been such a fun way to end our time here in New Zealand! Heather and Richard who we stayed with were so kind, showed us round a few local spots, let us do our own thing in the city and were just a lovely way to end the trip! It is quite a shock when you arrive into the city centre as you are surrounded by rubble and it's really ...
... modern and has the usual features like a mini-fridge, but it also has a hairdryer, iron and tea/coffee making facilities. There is also a cool device next to the bed which allows me to change the ambience of the room! I didn't even know I needed this function in my life! We also upgraded our room the the disability friendly room so our bathroom is not made of glass and Nikki can have a seat! Oh, and we got complimentary soup on arrival. It was potato and leek in case you're ...
... leaving the hostel at 3 am with the Leeds lads to catch a 6 am flight so they decided not to pay for beds, and are going to hang out in the tv room instead. We've all just got back from visiting the mall, and having a cheeky sub of the day. Coincidentally tonight's hostel also has an oven, so the lads, and David and Cassie have bought ingredients to make nachos for dinner, but we still have some pasta left so we're going to have that. We did however, treat ourselves again to ...
... perhaps more of these than buildings. Gap Art is encouraged, for people to put creative installations to soften the post-war feel of the place. The most poignant being 158 Empty White Chairs representing the lives lost, from a baby car seat, a wheel chair, desk chairs, and a piano stool.
Shipping containers are the unsung architectural heroes – stacked to hold up flaky building ...
... almost post-apocalyptic feel. However, there are some incredibly positive sights as well, and there has been some wonderfully innovative use of the vast amount of space that suddenly became available after the earthquakes. Walls that were once hidden by neighbouring buildings and are now exposed as a result of collapse or demolition have been decorated by gigantic, vivid paintings. Small businesses have appropriated unused plots for vegetable gardens, unusual ...