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So NZ is 11hrs ahead of the UK meaning I really am writing from the future. Arrived yesterday having left Sing on Sunday night. Lot of a shock to the system - it's about 15 to 20 degrees COLDER here than Sing and I totally felt that when I arrived. Changed out of my flipflops on the plane into thick socks and then robust hiking boots. Have already been ...
... from north, water in toilet flows opposite way and they also drive on left side of the road. Thankfully there are sings for everything so with a automatic gear you just need to focus when entering a round-bound.
The road we took got us on Summit ...
... insulation so at night it gets VERY VERY cold. Christchurch was one of the most surreal places I have ever visited in all my travels. 3 years ago it was pummeled by an earthquake. The entire city center was in ruins, and even many of the outskirts where people lived. Unfortunately, many lives were lost and the city's tourism was also lost. Even now, three years later, it looks like a construction site. There are fences with "warning" all over them, car parks leaning over, bricks ...
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Arriving in Queenstown we decided we should give that lake a go as well, which was a lot colder around 5 degrees and so cold we could hardly spend any time in the water but it was good fun and a jog back to the hostel where we warmed up in the sauna. I returned to Queenstown as I first caught the bus to Dunedin.
... David likes to grow things that he can eat and enjoy – many varieties of apples and pears, a walnut tree, lettuces, radishes, oregano and on & on. I ask about how he controls insects and David shows us a section with the plant species "umberliffery" that provide natural disease control – evidently these plant species attract microscopic wasps and lacerwings that then eat aphids and other bugs that we don’t want in ...