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Well it had to happen, arrived in Christchurch to rain and high winds, there was wide spread flooding and road closures, just like being at home !! fortunately our hotel was not affected. Our first evening out Pete slipped in the mud and hurt his knee but is soldiering on. Woke to sunshine again so out to see the devastation from the earthquake, …
... up just before the first clouds rolled in, covering everything in fog. It lifted and we walked up to the top of Mt Pleasant to the trig point 499m above sea level. The views of Lyttelton were incredible, until the clouds rolled in again! We walked back to the gondola in fog which made everything look white! There wasnt a single sound, until we disturbed a sleepy ...
... not everybody got this, only who paid extra - we did not). Despite all the waiting this was totally awesome. :)
We arrived at 1 am so we decided to sleep at the airport as we could pick up our car only at 8 am. Even if there were some other agencies still open they were double the price we got for our car so still a pretty good deal. At the airport was very cold, noisy, not comfortable at all and we could not sleep so we were killing time by playing cards.
At 6 ...
... how it has got through this. We then visited Quake City, the museum that has been put together to inform people about the earthquake. It was incredibly poignant, particularly a feature length film where different people discussed their experiences during the earthquake. But again I found it overall to be a positive experience, as you learn what people have done to help each other during that terrible time, and how they have rebuilt their lives since then. Personally I found ...
... the dinner hour it was time to say good bye to the guys for real. We told the guys to come see us in Canada and agreed to visit Steve if we are ever in England and Andres if we make it to Argentina. Both places are on our list. The girls we will see one last time back in Blenheim. We loaded the bags from the van into the girls laps in Andres car and away we went. Not being bothered in front of the hostel we crashed there for our last night in Christchurch.