Copthorne Hotel Commodore Christchurch Airport
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... in Hanmer Springs for a picnic on the way. We chose to stay in the Dusky dolphin hostel in Kaikoura and really lucked out with the room. As we were checking in the guy on reception was from Cork so after sharing a few stories he upgraded us to an amazing double room with our own kitchen, TV room and the hostel also had a hot tub and a sauna. We only had to pay him $50, half the price we would have paid for a dorm room in the YHA.
... a little bone chilling and a little too close for comfort. We arrived in Auckland on time this morning only to have Air NZ have technical difficulties getting baggage off with us waiting an hour for it to appear. Then once we got to domestic terminal to find our Christchurch flight delayed by just under 2 hours. The temperature on arrival in Auckland ...
Today was a very sad day. :[ I left New Zealand today. My time here has been amazing. I am so in love with this place it's crazy. I love the landscape, the people and the culture. Even though everything didn’t run very smoothly towards the end of my time here I enjoyed every moment of it. The change in plans made me go out of my comfort zone and deal with problems on my own. ...
... gentry". Even today, up until the earthquakes, Christchurch continued to be called the most 'English of all cities'! The earthquakes of 2010 and 2011 changed all that, wiping out the city's central downtown core and demolishing the venerable symbol of Christchurch, their Cathedral.
While we were travelling, we talked to a Christchurch local who told us rather horrific stories ...
... from it. Should we go back or should we continue and keep turning left until we got back to the bus. Against my better judgement we kept turning left and amazingly, given Jeremy's sense of direction, did actually end up back at Bertie about 3 hours later. With the walk under our belt we found that the instructions did now make sense – we shall know where to go next time!
We drove out towards Arthurs Pass – one of the main routes through the Southern ...