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... to stay, so that I could settle down and find a job. But more about this upcoming ‘September’ adventure in my next blog!
Still enjoying, learning more about NZ but moreover, about myself! Sometimes it is hard to travel by yourself and to let go, but at the end it is definitely worth it. Just go with the flow, and you will see where the wind will blow you. If you can have that attitude you are already far ahead. I keep making process, but sometimes I notice ...
... remnants of orc makeup on having a drink. We passed the Waitaki canal and holding lakes which is a water scheme giving 1/5th of New Zealand's power. It looked beautiful though as it was a piercing blue colour. We then continued on stopping again at Lake Pukaki for a photo (and for me to nearly break my camera when the tripod fell over) and then Lake Tekapo. From lake Tekapo you can see Aoraki/ Mount ...
Left Christchurch this afternoon and decided on heading South to begin our South Island adventure. Meet Phil in a random car park in Hornsby and purchased our new car Dusty, a 1995 Nissan Avenir wagon which will hopefully last the 4 months we need him for. We then went to trusty old ...
... 20 minutes or so looking in various stores before we started to walk into the other part of the downtown. During the drive to Christchurch, Janessa was reading how most of downtown was devastated by the earthquakes of sept. 2010, and february 2011. Apparently a lot of buildings and businesses were destroyed during the earthquakes and about 75% of businesses that were in the downtown at 2010, were now located elsewhere.When we started walking, it was amazing to ...
Woke up and had to think about where I was and what day t was. Soon realised we were in Akaroa, and the holiday was getting close to coming to an end. Bugger.
Got up and got moving. Lynette drove the van down the hill to the Akaroa township, and Mitchell and I walked down the walk track. As there was ice on the roads it was a slow trip down for Lynette, and we almost made it to the same point at the same time.
Lynette parked the van ...