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... the steep mountain cliffs. Queenstown our next stop, is the adventure capital of NZ. It is the birthplace of bungy jumping and where young gap yearers come to throw themselves down or off things. We declined the many opportunities to do this having already done it or having no desire so to do. We thought we might be able to walk a small section of the Routeburn Track but getting to and from it proved to be ridiculously expensive. NZ is rightly famous for its long distance ...
... definitely be the third one.
The first place we stayed in was more of a cabin. There was a kitchen and living space in the middle and doors around it for rooms with bunk beds. We were staying with seven other people over the course of four days. They were all really nice. I really liked the view at this place where we looked right over to the bay.
The second hut was more like a seaside house. When you first came in you would see the kitchen, after that you ...
... the beach or rocks.
Followed directions into the city and arrived at our studio room on the corner of Cranmer and Amagh Sts. Plan to take an evening city walk after relaxing for a while.
Still warm, around 29 degrees and everyone here wants rain.
Friday - Used our tourist tram tickets and went on a city tour to the Restart ...
... for yours only with a punter in an Edwardian outfit. We were pleased to see that they were punting from the Cambridge end! We collected our excess luggage from Karen then made our last supermarket shop. Since the earthquake shops have a redesign which means that there are no high shelves. It made the huge supermarket look more open and more ...
... and found an Italian restaurant. It aiso was full of happy hour snackers and imbibers. We apparently discovered the
heart of the after work bar scene in Christchurch.
We ordered another pizza which we have discovered is the universal food found around the world. Eating out in NZ is very expensive and pizza proved to be a fairly reliable item we could split and afford. We headed north two blocks braving cold winds to the Ibis to ready for tomorrow’s journey.
Other places to stay in Christchurch
56 Armagh Street, Christchurch | Hotelfrom $110
16 Sheppard place, Christchurch | Hotelfrom $72
360 Yaldhurst Road, Christchurch | 3 star hotelfrom $82
1 Butefield Lane, Christchurch | Hotelfrom $146