Clarion Collection Chateau Blanc Suites
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... not as popular as we were assuming! The North Island had a definite shortage and we then found out beef has taken over from Lamb. They did have 26 million sheep now only 6 million!! Steaks and fish have been fab with calamari and prawns being ordered a lot. We also tried the local venison which is on every menu we see.
AA maps are the best and are free!! We purchased maps before we left ...
Today was our only full day in Christchurch, and our last full day in New Zealand! We had a little lie in, and strolled into town to book ourselves onto the Rebuild tour. This is a tour on a bus that goes around Christchurch, talking about the two major earthquakes in 2010 and 2011. The demand was very high for the tour, as some cruises had docked in the city. We booked on to a tour in the afternoon and made our way to an exhibition about the earthquakes in the city. Quake ...
... Our first stop was Rolleston, just outside Christchurch. After leaving Rolleston we
headed North West towards the mountains across
the fertile farmlands of the Canterbury Plains and travelling alongside the
We ha three further stops, Darfield, Springfield and Arthur's pass. At Springfield and Arthur’s
pass we were able to get out for a 5 minute leg stretch and take photos of the ...
We anchored off Akaroa, New Zealand, this morning at 8:00am. Before the Christchurch earthquakes the cruise ships used to dock in Lyttelton but since the port is still not stable they anchor here and we are tendered into Ankaroa.
On September 4, 2010, a magnitude 7.1 earthquake, centered 40 km west of Christchurch, struck at 4:35 am. It caused widespread damage, but no lives were lost, largely because the city slept and the streets were empty. Thousands ...
... great" says Miryam, “but they must have regretted choosing such a perilous site!”
Finally we wind up the narrow flower-lined road to Taylor's Mistake, a pretty bay surrounded by green hills. This bay is called Taylor's Mistake, owing to the master of a vessel running in here during the night-time in 1865, thinking he was about to enter the harbour at ...