136 On Bealey - Avenue Motel
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... which is the center of town and location. This icon of the city received serious damage in the 2011 earthquake. About 80% of the original building still stands with the main roof structure still intact. The front and steeple collapsed. In February 2012 the Church Property trustees elected to have the building demolished in accordance with Christchurch Recovery Authority Process for earthquake damaged buildings. According to proponents wanting to save the cathedral, over ...
... a simple dinner for everyone and then enjoyed the warm fire and made a plan for our trip. Thanks to all the travel advice from Jacqui and the kids and the other coach surfers. Our route so far - Christchurch - Lake Tekapo - Mount Cook - Linda's Pass - Wanaka - Arrowtown - Kinloch/Queenstown - Te Anau/Milford Sound - Catlins Coast - Dunedin and otago peninsula - Oamaru - Dansays pass - Timeru So the last week we have been getting ...
Up early this morning and we left just before 8, it was still pitch black, the stars were still sparkling in the sky. As we drove along it turned into a beautiful morning, nice and fresh and the sun came up over the mountains as we drove about 60 Km's along State Highway 6 towards Cromwell. We made a quick stop at Cromwell lookout point, giving us a lovely morning view over the town and surrounding lakes, it was very pleasant and good to breathe in the fresh ...
... for lunch and ham and tomatoes instead of toast and peanut butter for breakfast.
Still affected by the earthquake in 2011. There are lots of fenced off areas, empty blocks and abandoned buildings. So many beautiful buildings open to the wrath of nature.
It's a bit like an apocalyptic winter came to Christchurch and hasn't left. There are signs of ...
After breakfast, we said goodbye to people like Diana who were leaving for the airport immediately. Most of the others opted to go to the airport on our coach and spend the morning in the Antarctic Centre. Yvonne, John, George and ourselves took a lift to the museum on our coach and then said goodbye to Bernd and Jorg.
The museum was well laid out and very interesting. There ...