Copthorne Hotel Commodore Christchurch Airport
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... collection! (I'll never stop!)
- Stuart, for being such a reassuring dive instructor. Even tho he forgot to turn my air back on! - Wayne, Chris and Mike, for an amazing dive trip
- Anando, just for being his calm Suisse self and keep running meeting along the road.
- John, for trying to talk me into moving to New Zealand haha
- Kea, Motors and Spoon just for being awesome!
... and I'm probably forgetting heaps of peeps, but hope to ...
... living in the back yard in a house truck, a family of five who have decided to "live off the land", they were a very interesting family who had previously been in the circus.
The best part about Krissy and Kevins house is that even though it is disrepair, they live across the road from the beach, their backyard is a little bush sanctuary and their house has so many interesting things from the past travels.
... games. Sun 13th The next morning, myself and one of the guys, Ben the Israeli, head off on a hike in the Abel Tasman park. To get to the starting point we have to take a taxi up along the coast. This is interesting as you go to the taxi depot, which is on land and a tractor pulls up , towing a boat and we all pile in. Takes about 20 people packed in. Then we are driven up the road into town to the launch pier and reversed into the water. It's a choppy morning on ...
... up shipping containers and pubs serving out of old greyhound buses had popped up. Christchurch was the most eery and forlorn city we had visited yet had a clear feel of determination and spirit still running through it.
The next day we were on the road heading North to a place called Kaikoura - known for its colony of southern fur seals that congregate on the shore and a location whose drive there makes it worth the visit alone. Neither disappointed and ...
Having packed up I headed north from Oamaru. My first stop was at the recommended Riverstone Kitchen. I had scrambled eggs, with truffle oil and hot smoked salmon. The serving was huge and I couldn't finish it! I continued north to Timaru where I visited the Te Ana Maori Rock Art Centre. I was greeted by a very enthusiastic Maori chap called Carl. He gave me a full introduction and kept coming ...