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... had booked a stargazing excursion following dinner. Around 9:30PM, we met for a short video about the southern skies at the southern-most planetarium in the world. The graphics were a little dated, but the video did have the effect of making me feel really small (and a little stressed out). Did you know that there are more than 100 billion galaxies in our observable universe? See. I told you. Small. After the film, all of the astronomers were given black parkas for ...
Today was a slow, lazy, unambitious day in Timaru. We cancelled our excursion, as the Botanical Gardens just didn't sound that motivating after a long day of 4x4's and jet boats.
Timaru is close to midway between Christchurch and Dunedin and is thought to have been a stop off point for the Maori traveling down the east coast of NZ in the 1400's. Timaru is an agricultural service centre of ...
Today I traveled to Mt. Cook! It took a while to get there, probably around six hours
stopping a couple of times. The landscape was so beautiful, I loved the drive.
We stopped at this place by the water and there was a little church that was so
small and so cute. Mom, I took the picture of the inside looking out on the
lake with the cross for you because I figured you would like it.
Once I arrived to Mt Cook I ...
... br> We also spent time visiting the Botanical Garden and Museum and its good that Christchurch is a city that is still well worth a tourist visit.
A fairly short journey down the coast today for a stopover at Timaru before heading into the mountains tomorrow. Its been good to have a lazy day browsing the shops, getting haircuts and enjoying some good NZ beer and wine at a bar. They had a fire on the go, nice ...
Leaving Oamaru under cloud cover, but at least no rain. Heading back inland and off to Mt Cook. Enroute we stopped to have a wonder around Elephant Rocks! This outcrop of massive boulders and piles of rocks, are of limestone that have been eroded by wind, water and weather over thousand of years. These are situated on a Farmer's private pasture, as the cattle and sheep enjoy meandering in and around and ...