Millennium - Christchurch
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July 21 ...
... into the rocks, then turn at the last minute. He also liked to stop suddenly and spin around. We got wet! If Jim ever tried that with our kids, I think I'd have to kill him! (But the kids would love it) The river was very shallow but the boat only needs a few inches of water to maneuver. The scenery was spectacular. No photos - I was hanging on for life! Another great day!
... a road away from the restaurant and we did. Along that road were dozens and dozens of buildings that sat vacant with hazard signs around them. The destruction is just amazing. We didn't even see the bad part. She told us that one part of the city was built on a sand foundation and that hardly anything had survived. Yet, despite all of the destruction, there is a notable buzz in the air in Christchurch. It was far and away the most young and hip of the cities ...
... We did manage to track down the correct sizes, but it certainly took a while. The late afternoon was spent strolling through the beautiful botanical gardens. For dinner we went on the tram restaurant car around the city, this was a great experience and a lovely way to spend my last night with my parents. It was a beautiful 3 course meal and a great chance to learn some more about the city. It had not long started up again after the ...
... about how our tent almost imploded in the wind the night before, and the chef mentioned they had an extra room up stairs. What? Yes please! We moved in the next day.
So now we are living and working at the coolest bar/restaurant on the Banks Peninnsula. Per usual the view from our room is amazing. However, there are a few quirks to living in a bar, no one ever addresses on TV.
1) No need for your own cutlery ...