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... a lot, It took me about 15 minutes to get to the airport. The airport was fairly packed.
I wished i could have spent longer exploring Christchurch but this was flying overnight visit. maybe when i come back with the school group I can plan to stay a full day.
As we bought a car it was necessary to test drive it. Christchurch is from the south side surrounded by hill-ridge which attracts us from the first day here. Therefore the destination was easy to choose. Kiwi likes everything the other way than others, the ...
... life-style. Everyone is absolutely lovely. On the way to the bus stop (which was a long way) this old lady turned her car around and offered to drive me where I needed to go. She was about 80 years old and so sweet. All of the kiwis are incredible- they have a brilliant sense of humour and they are very laid back. It's a great way of life, but I definitely couldn't get used to it. Living in Florida, I am now used to always having everything easily. There is also no central ...
... by mountains and Lake Wanaka had plenty of activities available. We hadn't had a wet day yet which in incredible as its autumn here and the west coast usually wet! We went for a swim in the very cold lake for a few minutes before enjoying the sun on the lakes beach which really was warm. The following morning on the way to Queenstown we stopped at puzzle world. Puzzle world had plenty of mind boggling illusions including water flowing uphill!
... s and then wandered around the inner city. The impact of the February 2011 earthquake, when 185 people tragically died, can still be seen everywhere as there are lots of building sites and empty remains of houses. Shops and restaurants have made the best of the situation by creating some sort of temporary shopping centre made of shipping containers which is quite nice. After a brief visit to the new cardboard cathedral, we made our way up north to Kaikoura. Take care, Judith & ...