Villa Alexandra

Address: 1 Kinsey Terrace, Christchurch, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, 8008, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1 Kinsey Terrace, Christchurch, is near Cave Rock, Taylors Mistake, Godely Head, and Governors Bay.
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    A long drive up to Christchurch

    A travel blog entry by trevandmoira on Apr 02, 2015

    3 comments, 2 photos

    Woke to beautiful clear skies this morning although before we left a heavy mist had come down and made driving the coast road to Dunedin quite tricky. The road literally follows the coast, the sea is immediately next to the road. No speeding along this windy road. Fortunately it was not long before the mist lifted ant the temperature rose ...

    Kiwi encounter around Christchurch

    A travel blog entry by eganic on Mar 20, 2015

    ... like a shaggy small mammal. After our wildlife excursion we had a mackerel and cannelini bean salad with supergreens powder. We then headed to woodend beach holiday home for our final night in our camper. The grounds were lovely and large, close to the windy but nice beach. We finished our procured wine, had some lamington cake, cheese and a brown egg fried rice meal for dinner to use up all the ...

    Christchurch...The one where we separated

    A travel blog entry by emmaandsophie on Feb 25, 2015

    3 photos

    ... with 185 unique chairs painted white to symbolise the uniqueness of each person that died. It was a really moving memorial.

    Next on our tour was the Cardboard Cathedral which cost New Zealand $4 million and is temporary whilst the other one is being fixed. We were very dissatisfied with it as we believed we would be seeing a cathedral made completely out of cardboard. It was not. The majority of the frame was made from steel and perspex and the ...

    Putting things into perscpecitve

    A travel blog entry by amzellen on Feb 17, 2015

    2 photos

    ... the physical side like the volcanos but I've never experienced the human/emotional side of them. You could see it hit everyone else too as it was silence as we walked on. The next stop we made was to a cathedral they had build after the quake, all made from recycled materials, mostly cardboard. But once inside it was amazing, and what made it even better was the fact that a young boys choir was practising in there and I just love the sound of s ...

    Quake City

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Feb 01, 2015

    175 photos

    ... Burger, not forgetting Pete the pig, who’s destiny was also to be dinner so we renamed him PorkChop. Thankfully the farm animals were very low maintenance, the cows just needed to remain in their field so counting all two of them and ensuring their self-filling water tank was self-filling was our only responsibility and Porkchop just needed feeding and the odd scratch. The dogs were also pretty low maintenance, although Fred’s obsession with playing ball ...