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... In one shed they were undertaking conservation of a Vickers Vildebeest and an Airspeed Oxford both manufactured in England and shipped to NZ.
We spent the next day at Akaroa (a sweet little town), on the Banks Peninsula which is the most prominent volcanic feature of the South Island. Geologically, the peninsula is comprised of the eroded remnants of two large volcanoes, now beautiful green rolling hills that look a bit like a cross between the Lake ...
... and travellers such as ourselves to go in and spend the money. We did however spoof that we were students and only ended up paying $16. The exhibition started with a short film, it told us about the earthquakes and what Maori legends reckon the meaning behind them is. Apparently one of the Maori ancestors was pregnant with a baby but never gave birth and the unborn child in the womb represents the earthquakes because the baby kicks and squirms and becomes agitated just ...
... well window-shopping mainly, at the Palms Shopping Mall. It was a mall with the usual mix of shops just on a much smaller scale. Shops included clothing, homewares, electrical, discount stores, florists and a K-mart. We had good fun looking around there, it reminded me of holidays in America when I was younger, where these department stores were novel ideas, before the days of the big ASDA Wallmarts.We all had a lovely dinner together, ...
... drivers in Darfield, another small town, so that Steve could get to the other job he had. By 6pm we had got back to Christchurch, tired but happy.
Due to our late lunch we weren't very hungry and so had a light supper, again graciously prepared by the Laing family. We started watching some of the extended edition of the Two Towers with Benjamin and Angus and spent a quiet evening in front of the TV, babysitting the two boys with the parents out at a social event.
... lent me their bicycles, some even gave me rides to or from the train/bus station.
Not only can you find cool people to stay with, but you can meet people just to hang out, go for a drink, or see the city with. I once met a paraplegic vagabond for coffee on his small sailboat which is both his home and world traveling vessel. Cool, right!? I also met up with a German girl who was spending her summer as an au pair for a kiwi family in Wellington. She took me ...