The Garden Hotel
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... about and exterior. Keen to see some marine wildlife we drove up the Otago Peninsula along a very windy coastal road, the views of the water and Dunedin were stunning. Our fist stop was Larnach Castle - the only castle in New Zealand - which is situated on the top of a very steep hill but Chester managed it! We got tickets to walk around the castle grounds and gardens which were huge! There were lots of different areas including a rainforest, rock ...
... wandering round a ghost town. The things that particularly stood out were the remnants of the old cathedral, the cardboard cathedral and the 185 empty chairs installation for those who lost their lives. However, light relief was provided in the form of the Re:Start Market with its' boutique shops and food stalls in shipping containers. In true fat girl style, the real fruit ice cream was our fave part. Then, in true gypsy style, we head to the local swimming ...
... we saw were the paintings on the different buildings’ walls. I took several photos of the best ones.
Unfortunately after the earthquake 2011 there were a lot of destructions in the city, that are now still visible. Yet the city lives and carries on evolving. Today we saw that there is still a lot to repair and the works still continue.
Karel, as a road construction engineer could not leave unnoticed the repair ...
... of hours learning lots about the city before and after the quakes at Quake City museum/exhibition. A short walk away we joined others peering through the hoarding and safety barriers around the part ruined Christchurch Cathedral before visiting the new temporary Transitional Cathedral, the world’s only cathedral made substantially of cardboard. We walked back through the empty streets to ...
... Mike’s coat. So I quite happily took the girls into the ‘shelter area’, leaving Mike to weather the storm. We got to learn lots about modern day Antarctica through lots of interactive and fun displays. The best bit by far had to be the blue penguin feeding. They were so characterful, they all had individual names and personalities. Another highlight of the day had to be theHagglund ride. We were taken out onto a ...