Millennium - Christchurch
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... out. Unfortunately, it took us about 2 hours to get there because of traffic issues caused by a gas leak during the road works. We had to get out and walk quite a bit of the way in the freezing cold. And then when we finally got there, the restaurant was closed on Mondays! After that small nightmare, we were ready to head to a much warmer Sydney.
We had done it; driven 3986km from the top to the bottom of NZ. We think we saw all 60 million sheep but maybe not all 4 million ...
... lane road, but then a one lane bridge! There is a sign telling you who has right of way. The one in the pic is long so there is is a passing point half way. We had a late lunch in Geraldine a sleepy town with many of the shops closed on Saturday afternoon and plenty of free parking on the Main Street, what a novelty. Nearby was Grumpy Jack"s holiday park and the Tin Shed cafe and shop. From here we headed slightly south east through Burkes pass then picking up SH 79 ...
We had to say goodbye to Byron last night as he was leaving for work before 6am. As it was we were awake in time to hear his car pull away. Clare stayed at home and is going into work after we get the coach to Christchurch. We packed the car and went to Relishes cafe for breakfast with Clare. The last time we were in NZ and going home, last September, we had coffees in Relishes, spotted the bus and just walked out without paying. Clare had to go in later and make ...
... paddocks beside the railway line on the right, and the river away to the left. After stopping to stretch out the cramp a couple of times, I got going alone at what felt like a very heavy plod, with only a few runners dotted ahead, most having left transition much more quickly than me. It was very misty and wet, and as I approached the first river crossing where two rivers meet and the route enters the Deception River valley, I made the decision not to follow the other runners on ...
... walked to the meeting point to catch the bus. We quickly found another couple of people that also looked a bit lost, not knowing too many people, and chatted to them but very soon we were introduced to others and felt quite at home by the time we got on the bus. We had a 25 minute ride to the wedding venue, Cossars Wineshed, a fabulous place, being intimate with a courtyard area surrounded by beautiful gardens. The weather was brightening, Daniel was nervous, ...
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