Millennium - Christchurch
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... Watch your husband, we’re about to turn right and twenty bucks says he turns on his wipers." Cue Wipers. Twenty very long minutes later, we pulled into the bright orange Addington Court Motel to move into our temporary accommodations.
The motel was charming. We had a small kitchenette, a living/dining room, a bedroom and a spacious bathroom with heated towel racks. We were both up with the sun on Saturday morning so we walked over to the nearest ...
... to together to try and make the best out of an awful situation and in doing so creating a positive atmosphere.
Across the city, in derelict areas, there were interactive art installations created by groups from across Christchurch's community - I particularly liked the giant arm chairs and the rubbish made into musical instruments. They had also created a beautiful floral archway in front of the destroyed cathedral frontage, created by planting a wide variety ...
... gone in July. We have to come back in September, which is the best month to visit them. We were told that it is worth to visit smal settlement Onuku. No it is not, But the drive there made the weather change and we had sun in Akaroa on the way back to have a short walk and take pictures. Akaroa is really pictures originally french village and we definitely come back in ...
... yet which meant it was fair game so they arranged for a boat load of frenchies to come over and colonise. Unfortunately for the French they sailed up to the Bay of Island to see what was going on with the British settlement and the treaty of Waitangi had already been signed claiming New Zealand for the British. The French thought this just covered the North Island and the South was still up for grabs but they got too ****** and let slip on they're plans. This annoyed the ...
... a local. He was indeed, and confirmed that the city centre is bereft of eateries. But he could recommend a pub with excellent food about 5k away. That sounds good to us. Off we go.
We found it easily, and the food was good, and the portions were enormous! When I asked for the steak and chips, I didn't expect it to arrive surrounded by vegetables and with 2 fried eggs on top. Even I couldn't finish it.
Back to the motel for a drink, of course. And bed.