BEST WESTERN Clyde on Riccarton
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... so I knew that today was going to be hot. Is amazing how the weather can just make you feel better. We ran from our hostel down through the town and onto the beach. The tide was in so we couldn't get too far down which meant we were running on pebbles. Is actually so hard to run n the pebbles not only do they give way under each step but unlike running on sand you have the risk of rolling over on your ankles too. Fortunately we were both OK and neither ...
... month. Although there have been many misty overcast days and even days of strong winds it has never been really cold before.
I saw the little rail siding called Frog Rock moments after we’d passed the interesting big rocky
outcrops. I didn’t realise they were connected until ...
... to the top of conical hill and for the first couple of hours we did get to see some off what we had heard so much about. The views were incredible. The low lying cloud did obstruct a lot of views throughout the tramp but did allow me an idea with the use of some imagination, of what a special place we were traversing through.
Fortunately after a long couple of roadside hours I did manage to hitch th'e four hour ride back to Queenstown to savage through the world ...
... and there are/were some beautiful old buildings and, fortunately, they are hoping to rebuild or restore most of them. The city has been very resourceful and initially they used shipping containers to set up small shops and offices and they have also used shipping containers extensively to help support damaged buildings. There is a residential area of about 1200 houses where, even though the houses do not look badly damaged, the owners are not allowed to go back to or rebuild the ...
Having packed up I headed north from Oamaru. My first stop was at the recommended Riverstone Kitchen. I had scrambled eggs, with truffle oil and hot smoked salmon. The serving was huge and I couldn't finish it! I continued north to Timaru where I visited the Te Ana Maori Rock Art Centre. I was greeted by a very enthusiastic Maori chap called Carl. He gave me a full introduction and kept coming ...