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It’s been a hectic. couple of months with so much going on.
We had a wonderful surprise when Gareth flew in from his overseas trip, on the way back to Australia, for about a week. It was at least a year since we had seen him so there was a lot to talk about before he headed back to Perth.
We went took the chance to go to the Crusaders & Reds game at the AMI stadium with Jake and Gareth. It was a chilly night but with good seats and ...
... the earthquakes and are waiting to be knocked down are full of street art and graffiti. But it's not tacky, chavvy graffiti. It looks quite good! Free museums were on the agenda the following day as we attended, first, the Canterbury museum and then the Air Force museum. The Canterbury museum consisted of basically everything from Maori Culture to the history of t-shirts. Pretty random but it entertained us for the morning. The Air Force museum was good and told ...
... de blocs vides ou les materiaux effondres ont ete nettoyes, mais rien n'a encore ete reconstruit.
C'est l'anniversaire d'Erica aujourd'hui et a cette occasion ils vont toujours dans un restaurant pour un grand petit-dejeuner, ils nous ont invite a les joindre pour cette annee :) Nous nous sommes ensuite promenes autour d'un centre commercial bien original, fait de conteners metalliques. Chaque magasin a peint le sien avec sa ...
... Dad had rented a place in Sumner for a big family reunion due to Harves' sister and step-brothers living this side of the world. After not having slept much in the past 48 hours we were very grateful - and the house was amazing up in Mt. Pleasant with a balcony overlooking the Pacific.
A BBQ for dinner and a good catch-up on the first night was great after all the travelling and the following day we hit Sumner beach. Oblivious to just how strong the ...
... rubble building blocks around the city. There is a group called 'Gap Filler’ that is available on all social media, whose’ job it is, is to come up with ideas, or help you put your idea to fill the empty gaps with temporary something. Where there is construction, there are large pictures of what the finished product will look like – progress is slow, but the locals are patient: they can see their city being ...
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