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... are very glad that we spend another day here and finding out what the locals feel. Christchurch will be ok in time, but it is going to take a very long time indeed.
If you are thinking of going on a holiday to NZ, please do not miss a visit to Christchurch , it is well worth it, also it needs your help so very very much.
Thanks for letting me ramble on a bit, it's just that today made me a little soppy.
See you tomorrow, clean up day before we go home.
... over an hour and a half to get a world famous Fergburger. They do a gluten free version and we both agreed it was the best burger we have ever had.
We got to Te Anau quite late and headed off for our overnight Doubtful Sound cruise the next morning. Doubtful is larger than the more famous Milford Sound but is more difficult to get to. We got a bus to Lake Manapori, crossed this by boat and then another bus to our boat, the Southern Secret. We really enjoyed the trip, there were ...
... it is easy to see why many people are unwilling to cede the traditional 'heart' of the city to the past. A classic tram rattled past as we made our way to the tourist information centre, where we were assisted by the approachable Mitch. He set us straight for the rest of the day and, after concluding our enquiries, we drove over to the Westfield shopping centre to complete some travel admin before scoffing our chip supper (complete with 'Rip n Dip' can of ketchup) ...
... end of our “Year in New Zealand” blog, but we’ll continue writing as we go. Stay tuned in for a companion blog starting soon!
Orla & Liam
PS: You’re probably wondering what the deal is with the title of the blog. Scroll down for some photos of George’s favourite adventures in New Zealand. He's even written his own captions for them. Enjoy! ...
... trees on the ground it is at the umpires discretion how many runs should be scored. And you cant be caught out if it hits the tree first.
We lose the toss and are invited to bat first. Today's game will be 40 overs per side with retirement at 25no due to the unusual scoring system. I am opening the batting today with Warwick as i didn't get a bat the previous game. The pitch is low and slow and i am really struggling with my ...