Copthorne Hotel Commodore Christchurch Airport
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... entertained so watch for the next John Lomu.
Lincoln is busy on the sideline, playing with stones and anything else he can see that may or may
not be edible. He’s very busy and will certainly enjoy getting into a team, next year.
We bought a brand new trailer and thought we were getting well organised, to move back to Auckland. The purchase didn’t take long nor did the payment for the WOF and registration. However, lining up ...
... if you like but we were headed for Greymouth for a couple of nights before meeting our fellow travellers to tour the South Island
The scenery is lovely and must be really picturesque in the winter time, there are still some snow capped mountains
Its a comfortable ride and it did not seem like more than 4 hours
Hi all These past two weeks have been absolutely fantastic! The South Island is the most aesthetically pleasing place I have ever visited. It's been hard not to nap on the bus as each new road turn produces another breathtaking view. The whole island is just remarkable. After the detox required on the ferry over, we traveled sailed through the cool Marlborough Sounds. It was amazing at the time but acted as just a drop in the ocean before the stunning South Island. We hopped on our ...
Our second day in Christchurch was a look around at the City. We had been in Christchurch over 5 years ago when we walked the Milford Track. Back then we also stayed right in the heart of the city. Today was a bit of a sad day to see Christchurch and so much devestation.
Over 185 lives were lost in Christchurch as a result of the earthquake. 115 of those were in the ...
With Melbourne CBD disappearing behind us it was off to the airport ready for our next adventure, New Zealand. The excitement was quite clear as we found our seats and giggled at anything and everything. Rach literally got a faceful of ass as a man bent down a little too far sorting his bags and we cackled like children, much to the annoyance of everyone around us. It wasn't long before we adopted our normal routine of catching flies and impersonating nodding ...