Cranford Oak Motel
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... the silver sand and the brightness of the moon and stars in the clear night sky. We were now getting use to this camping lark. After another quick dip in the sea the following morning we set off on our lengthy drive down the West Coast, again marvelling at the most extraordinary roads we have ever driven. On one side skirting Paparoa National Park, dense, fern-filled forest interspersed with tiny neglected settlements that once housed the miners who flocked there and on the other, ...
A long day of travelling... but again there is always something to look at! Though I did read/finish a book on this drive! :)
Lake Tekapo is super pretty!!! Its on the drive, we stopped for lunch there.
Oh, I forgot to mention Christchurch was ...
... church designed by a Japanese architect Shigeru Ban after the quake. The building should have been made only out of cardboard but since kiwis do not produces as thick cardboard as Japanese it is a metal construction covered by cardboard, but still amazing and impressive building.
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... was eventually pardoned, left the area and somehow ended up being a bit of a hero! On the last leg to Christchurch we crossed the longest bridge in NZ, which stretches over the braided, many-armed Rakaia River.
Then it was on to new Zealand's second biggest city, Christchurch, where we got settled in a motorhome park (yep! actually paid for something!) and started the long process ...
... soon. Beers from the early hours of the evening to the early hours of the morning brought back memories of nights out in our school days. School was twelve years ago though and I knew I would pay for it the next day. March 8th - Sure enough I was hungover. Unfairly hungover I thought as I had actually been quite restrained in my drinking. This is what being in your third decade does to you. A slap up brunch was the only way to cure this particular ailment. We drove ...