Cranford Oak Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... one of only 5 places int the world that is registered as a top site for stargazing but unfortunately it was cloudy in the evening. I did walk up Mount John where they some university's have observatories. Cool location, shame about the weather. We had a chilled evening playing cards and watching gladiator, top film. The following day I arrived in Christchurch and was picked up by Steve. The last few days here have been very nice and relaxed. Big shout out to all the Morans ...
... After a night spent looking at our income and our expenses it seemed possible that we could dedicate a good chunk of money each week to saving for our RTW trip. We were both incredibly excited at the prospect and decided to do a good amount of research to find out the answers to some of the really big questions.
1) How much can we reasonably afford to save?
2) How much do we need to save?
3) Where do we want to go?
4) When will we go?
... toss we invite our opponents to bat first. An early wicket brings P. McEwen to the crease and his class is immediately obvious. However he fails to make the most of his start and Ron Kasputis has him caught for 20. At drinks they are 3/86 and quite well-placed. I replace John Terrell behind the stumps and take an edge off Dave Russell while standing up to the stumps. The umpire failed to hear it but as the batsman was John 'Seagull' Dighton (who we lent ...
... being built, the drivers of the trucks couldn't see over the (then) high bonnets; another man was detailed to walk in front of the truck to guide the driver around the snaking bends and overhanging rocks. The driver's door was removed and a rope tied around his waist and held (tightly one hopes) by his mate walking in front. The idea was, just in case they got it wrong and the truck went over the edge, he would be pulled clear. There is no record of this being put into practice...
... the night, and what a nice surprise it was! To get into the accommodation was like something from a James Bond mission, yesterday we received an email with our mission 'To access your accommodation, please enter the code: **** on the key safe at the kiosk, then turn the handle at the bottom. An envelope with your name on it will contain the key' We are staying in a place called SiloStay (www.silostay.kiwi.nz) it is such and amazing quirky idea, every little ...