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... or two later as well. There were a bunch of people with lawn chairs or blankets and picnic dinners that were starting to set up and it looked like there might be some kind of show going on later that evening although I didn't see any signs with specifics.
Finally we headed back towards our hostel and caught a bus over to the mall. I have to say, the mall looks JUST like malls in the US. We stopped in a couple of the mobile phone ...
... 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 ...
The plan for Saturday was going shopping for a lunch and get to know the area around but since Michal was still sleeping at 12 o'clock I left him there and went alone just to do the shopping to find him two hours later still sleeping. Happy me not having the jet-lack! But the whole Saturday remained lazy, got to know the flatmates ...
in 24hrs my adventure of a lifetime will have started, I will be somewhere between christchurch and sydney australia on the first part of my 3 part flight with end destination being Dubai.
my bag has been packed since monday which should be of no surprise to those that know me well. was very weird finishibg work yesterday knowing that I would not be back for 98 days. it felt very weird today knowing that most of ...
Saturday 1st March 2014
The city of Christchurch is just 2 or 3 hours drive away from Hanmer Springs and although it's not quite on our intended route we wanted to see for ourselves how it was recovering from the devastating earthquake 3 years ago. We also wanted to see the famous "Cardboard Cathedral".
We arrived in the city late morning and parked in Hagley Park where an international flower show was ...