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Today is our last day in New Zealand. We left Punakakiki early and headed to Christchurch. Along the way we stopped at some lookouts and to have a walk with some big rocks. When we arrived we walked around town, had a punt Down the river (boat with a stick that pushes it) then visited the earthquake museum and walked around the gardens. We have an early flight to Sydney tomorrow!
Sadly today was our last full day in Christchurch. The weather finally broke in and snowed a bit this morning. After being recognized in our respective house assemblies with honorary pins signifying house sport participation, we attended our final chapel here at college and
then had a meeting with the Headmaster and Exchange coordinator, Mr. Leese and
... June 2014
Wednesday 18 June 2014
Monday 16 June 2014 to Wednesday 18 June 2014
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The International Antarctic Centre is located near the airport and is part of an active Antarctic campus where many missions are organised and launched. It was here that we spent most of today, after a brief visit to the Canterbury museum on the way (whilst waiting for the free shuttle bus to turn up). There was loads to do here and we started by entering the snow and ice experience, an indoor "polar room" chilled to - 8 and featuring an ice slide, ...
... Peace Avenue," which was lined with venerable old trees planted in 1918 to commemorate the region's fallen soldiers of World War I. Turned off onto Highway 79, headed to a town called Geraldine. The countryside was hilly; we looked back at a huge valley dotted with sheep and cows.
We stopped and wandered around downtown Geraldine. We'd heard of a country store called Baker's, which sold jams and chutneys. There were tastings of everything, ...