The Ashley Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Ashley Hotel Christchurch
Lovely hotel, nice staff, good amenities and great location.
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... for no more snow but plenty more parties paving the track to the top. I suspect there are a few how might be secretly praying for snow! We need to go back and tell you about our 'rest day' while in Namche Bazar. Part of acclimatising to the altitude is to 'climb high and sleep low' so we headed of on what most of us thought was going to be a couple of hours trekking - it turned out to be closer to six hours! We started with a climb up to ...
... I stood reverently for a few moments and then I went to lunch with my family utterly taking their very presence for granted. Standing in front of the ghost town of New Brighton I did not stand reverently and reflect impassively on the loss, I bawled my eyes out for nearly an hour. In case the wrenching sobs made anyone aware of my presence I hobbled back to my car turned on the radio to muffle my grief. Perhaps being on the other side ...
... and complicated steel frames in early or mid stages of completion. But the rest of downtown was a flat nothing, a cleared away bomb site. We were totally lost. An eerie, disturbing, unexplainable, scary and depressing experience. Like a nuclear aftermath. Unfortunate it was unknowingly built on the site of an old volcano. A bus back to the airport and a pick-up by car rental shuttle and the hire of car came next. Not too painful, though ...
Have hit the trifecta.... Homeless, or perhaps better to say of no fixed abode. Unemployed At least only temp position for these 2. And now car-less. Dropped off at Turners and will be into auction later this week or start of next. Someone will get ...
These mountains are still geologically active. Running
through them is a major fault line where the Pacific Plate and the Indo-Australian
Plate converge. This convergence is causing uplift of about 8mm a year. This
fault line runs nearly the entire length of New Zealand’s
We arrived 5 minutes late at Greymouth, where we had an hour
to stretch our legs and explore this coastal town. We ...