Clyde On Riccarton
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... using the inter city coaches which run all day everyday and at a very reasonable price. At 8the next morning I called Stray again. I explained to the Stray manager that as far as I was concerned the information on the website was incorrect you can't complete the Ron pass in the time shown as you don't provide enough coaches too the deep south. She actually agreed with me but said there was nothing she could do. So I then asked for a full refund and to cancel ...
... t have made it without the support and encouragement of Kaji and Phil. Phil ended up counting steps and we weren't allowed to take a break until we'd taken 100 steps, then 50, then 30 and by the top we were down to just 10 steps at a time! The aim was to get to the top to see the first rays of sun wash across Everest. My slow pace meant that the sun had already just hit the Everest but the sight was impressive just the same. Given the temperature, we only stayed long enough ...
... or two later as well. There were a bunch of people with lawn chairs or blankets and picnic dinners that were starting to set up and it looked like there might be some kind of show going on later that evening although I didn't see any signs with specifics.
Finally we headed back towards our hostel and caught a bus over to the mall. I have to say, the mall looks JUST like malls in the US. We stopped in a couple of the mobile phone ...
... in New Zealand two days before Christmas do? Take a photo with Santa of course! We waited in line with all the wee ones and everything. Fun fact: This was Elizabeth and Kalah's first photo with Santa! The first of many firsts for this group on this trip.
After the mall we explored the ReStart Mall ( a mall built from shipping containers after the 2011 earthquake), the Christchurch Cathedral and ...
... a bus tour to see the devastation the earthquake had caused. I knew about the earthquake but didn’t realize the amount of devastation, they are still trying to rebuild to this day, one part where nearly 10,000 homes were effected will be made into a green park of lawns, the houses left standing were pulled down, the tree’s the people had in their yards remained, the rest of their gardens was demolished. There is a new building code now that states that ...