Ashford Motor Lodge
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... some food, and my family was told to bring enchiladas, which they had to ask me what they were. Overall a very fun last night and end to our journey. Tomorrow morning there is a basketball game and then a party at the Newton’s house, where Richard is staying, for the team. After that it’s off to the airport to begin our journey home! Couldn't have been a better journey!
Phone: 65 6507 9788
Fax: 65 6242 8542
Acc Type: Double Room
Air Ref: Z75384
Arrive: Christchurch - 9:30 AM (0930 hrs)
Tuesday 22 July 2014
Singapore to Christchurch
Singapore Airlines - Flight SQ0297
No. Seats: ...
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Doug's family came to visit for the holidays. It was so exciting to have our first (and only!) visitors from home and to show them around.
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