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Travel Blogs from Christchurch
... Mark- tired. Cat- jazzed
Tuesday 24 Feb-
Workout: 20m shuttle run, 20m kettlebell walks, hover hold and row at one minute intervals for 4 rounds
Feelings: Mark- my arms and abs hurt. Cat- both hands blistered from oversized kettlebell, tears optional. Can't feel any pain over hands.
Wednesday 25 Feb-
... clearly stated it was not suitable for anything other than fine weather and Josie and I inside the camper freezing. Leading us to lose feeling in our fingers as well as the rest of our bodies. This is the closest Josie has ever come to me, even asking for a cwtch! Every cloud has a silver lining I guess! We arrived in Akaroa along with the gloomy weather. Josie and Al did not bring coats on this trip so were not the most happy of companions ...
... cricket on Sundays were forced to find a private ground as no play was allowed. The ground was formed by Harry Waters, managing director of Christchurch Cinemas and a keen cricketer. Not only is it a gorgeous setting in a beautiful valley but until 3 years ago no women were allowed at the ground. I'm not sure if that also was a reason for the naming of the ground.
There have been many famous international cricketers who ...
... stunning road to drive. We stopped to grab a coffee along the way and they had some very cute Kunekune piglets, I thought about taking one but didn't think I would get through customs with it! We reached Lucy and Danny's house just after 8pm (a five hour drive from Franz Josef) where chilli con carne was on the menu. Yummy! We are here in Christchurch for the rest of our time in New Zealand, just four nights left ...
... council of Christchurch to stroll the streets of Christchurch. He then recruited more Wizards. There are now 5 Christchurch Wizards and 4 Canterbury Wizards. Pre earthquake the first Wizard retired from his public role however after the earthquake the council approached him to return to the streets not quite sure why, but I assume it was for morale. He also told us about the fairies of Christchurch. We saw the devastated Anglican chapel for which ...
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