Abbey Motor Lodge
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... with strong architectural resiliency built in or just damn good luck, stayed standing. The Canterbury Television Building was seen to jump straight up off the ground once, land, jump again, and then layer by layer concrete collapsed down so that a woman on the 6th floor walked out at ground level. Of the 158 people who died, over 100 were in this building, most alive after the ...
... destination. The guys have just had their first glimpse of Island Peak which they plan to climb on the way back down. While a few of them are absolutely fizzing about the climb, there are a few (BJ included) who are wondering how they got talked into this. Island Peak had a huge dumping of snow a week or so ago ant it took until yesterday for the Sherpa to get a group up to the summit. It's another 6 days till our team head up so ...
... Centre' (not Recovery as I quoted yesterday) which is really innovative once you get really inside. On the way we notice a very quaint, but large, wood built church. Inside we are approached by a friendly chap who gave us some background to its history, but unfortunately informed us of the same details repeatedly, so we made our excuses and moved on asap, hopefully gracefully! We move onto Hagley Park and felt it would be wrong not to ...
... hostel. It was very clean and comfortable, and guess what, we were not the oldest here. We expected to be among a lot of 18 year olds, but the age range is from early twenties to mid sixties - and that's not us! Everyone is very friendly. We had a room to ourselves but shared a bathroom and communal kitchen. We leave today after picking up a car heading for Akaroa on the Banks Peninsula and have booked another backpackers ...
... mountain faces around us, though!
We started the next leg of our journey with a stop in Twizel to visit Francie, who invited us in for a cup of tea and some delicious scones. This ensured we didn’t get hungry as we drove to Lake Tekapo, where we paused to admire another gorgeous mountain lake, a lovely old stone church on the shore, and oodles of pink, purple, white, and yellow lupines growing in the rocks. After this ...