Copthorne Hotel Commodore Christchurch Airport
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... fromageries and restaurants lining the waterfront of a harboured bay, making it feel more like Normandy than NZ. Luckily this was as far as the French got otherwise Kiwi's may well have different shaped noses.
Doubtful Sound was named by Captain Cook when he circumnavigated NZ as he was 'doubtful' if he entered the sound from the Ocean that there would be sufficient wind to sail back out.
Today, unless you have a boat, the only way into the sound is by taking a boat ...
... There was no show that night as it is only on a Saturday night. Monday 3 November 2014 After breakfast at Darling Harbour, the four of us taxied to the airport, picked up rental cars and Bill and Pat, Terry and Wendy from Adelaide. We all drove to Hunters valley, stopping briefly for lunch. Hunters Valley is about 2.5 hours north of Sydney, inland from Newcastle. There are over 140 wineries here; it would take a month to get round them all. Bob one this ...
... Unfortunately, Lorde doesn't like to show her face while she sings, so most of my photos are of her bent over and shaking her mane-like hair. She spent a majority of the concert talking to "Christchurch" and complaining about American produce, so Mark and I started to get bored. Okay, so who knew the Braeburn apple is local to New Zealand? But also, has she ever had a Florida orange or a Georgia peach?
... for a while we realised all the parking spaces were where buildings had once stood. the more we walked around the more we realised the extent of the devastation.
After almost an hour we found an information centre in a portacabin type temporary building away from the centre. Here we chatted to the staff a bit about the state of Christchurch post 2011. They were able to point out some new areas that were filling the voids left from the collapse of the centre. ...
... town. It was very enjoyable just like the rest of the evening which was spent having a BBQ, swapping stories and laughing lots. Wish we could take Anne and Marty with us tomorrow but very excited to be embarking on our campervan journey. Love to all back home and hope you are all well... Don't know when I will next have wifi but you can be safe in the knowledge that Alice and I are very happy and loving life as usual. ...