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... by a storm and well I'm not sure what storm that was meant to be, but thankfully we had none of it when we arrived to Christchurch. After putting our bags in our rooms, we walked to the nearest supermarket quickly before it closed and grabbed something for dinner. Nothing exciting as we couldn't be bothered to cook, just a nice loaf of bread, some feta and spinach hummus and some ham. We relaxed and watched a bit of tv then made the most of a comfy warm bed and got a good nights sleep, ready for a long few days of ...
... sauce, also known as Worcestershire Sauce in the UK. Around 10 kms North of Palmerston we stopped at Shag Point. Well, we had to really. Terry took some photographs of the fierce coastal waves and some of the wading birds on the beach. It was much to cold to get out of Elvis, so I watched. Further up the coast we stopped at the Moreaki Boulders. We spent a while down on the beach examining the boulders and took a few snaps before returning to the sanctuary of Elvis. We timed ...
So despite the super stiff legs and lack of sleep (caused in part by the curious odour of barbeque chicken seeping into the room at 4am and in part by the nob-heads talking loudly outside the room at 5am) I felt the urge to have a morning run. The weather was fine and the more random locations on the globe I run in the more I need to add yet more to that list! So off I headed up the main boulevard of Oamaru and immediately regretted it! This was not so much running as ...