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... stopped by a farm shop to replenish our fruit and vegetable supplies before driving through some gorgeous wild scenery. Captivating views of deciduous trees scattered across rolling hills and nestling in their folds were visible on either side of the winding road. There was barely a settlement to be seen in our hour and a half's drive along one of the South Island's busiest roads. As the sun began to sink towards the horizon, we crossed the railway line and set off ...
... Iwe did get up close to a bunch of sheep. It was disappointing because it wasn't really seeing any in their natural habitat. I have one more tour planned with another colony that I know is helped by humans. I felt the tour was misleading and they should not have booked any knowing that chances are slim to see any . In Arakoa we stayed at the Criterion Motel in the center of this small walkable town. Our room had a balcony with a great view of the bay.
... shipping containers (see pictures). It was quite a unique sight and a nice area to hangout in if ever in Christchurch. We were also stunned by how serene the city center was, especially the lack of people. It is something I guess we need to get use to in NZ, i.e. a vast country with a small population.
Our first day ended early given our overnight flight and need for sleep. We were very excited at the prospect of what the next few days had in store for us. Stay ...
... was total cloud coverage, so they cancelled her tour. I felt really bad for her, as she had her heart set on seeing it. BUT,.....seeing the jet black sky, and all those stars made her feel better.
I had the beginnings of a sore throat and cough. While Ade was in town, she stopped by a little grocery, and they had FRESH GINGER. I couldn't BELIEVE that she found it. If you catch a sore throat or cold early enough, and chew ...
... the museum closed, I came across a photo exhibition called, Beyond the Cordon, which were police photographs which had been taken in the after math of the February 2011 earthquake. This exhibition had a truly profound affect on me, the photos portrayed a side of the earthquakes I had never seen in my role with EQC and made the event and the immediate post trauma frighteningly real. Two particular photographs stand out vividly in my mind. Both ...