Amross Court Motor Lodge
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... which is only 2 mins away. She was chatty and asked where we were from , she's been to Manchester a few times lo and behold with her son playing cricket and one year he coached a Man U players son in cricket and ended up being given tickets to a game . She doesn't remember who the player was but who cares , can't wait for the next person we meet they probably will be some distant relative the way it's going !! Lol And so two very excited oldies arrived at the Tranz Alpine train station ...
... br> Isopropyl Alcohol! Here it is like trying to buy Sudafed at Walgreens. It's behind the counter and you have to sign for it. Oh, and you can only get so many mL's per month.
Heated towel racks
Fun phrases like "good on ya" and "chuffed"
Radio talk show humor - absolute freedom of speech leads to lots of tears of laughter in the car.
Moving sidewalks for grocery carts - Not sure why the parking lots are a floor above the grocery stores, but ...
... back we were talking to a couple of girls who work in the shops on the ship. They had been out swimming with the Hector dolphins which are only 1.5 metres long. They had photos of themselves swimming with the dolphins. They said they were in wet suits and that the crew of the boat they were in poured warm water into their wet suits to warm them up as it was so cold. They went out of the harbour to the open sea in a small boat to do the swim. One of the girls said her fingers ...
... was because the epicentre of that quake was only 10km outside of the city centre. It's very hard to explain the feeling that the city evoked but there was an eerie silent yet peaceful feel in the city centre. Past 7/8pm it was rare to see anyone walking around the city. Most hotels/shops/offices/restaurants are still boarded up with the majority of buildings in the CBD awaiting demolition. Before the city can be rebuilt these buildings need ...
... we popped in for a drink at the Brew Moon Cafe. We have stopped here once before but we couldn't pass up one of their quality pints.
From here we continued down SH1 and ended up at the CC Airport. No we are not flying out just yet but instead were here to meet Chris, who we know from Leeways. He was flying to Bangkok but has been in transit and stuck at the airport since the night before. His flight was also not leaving till almost ...