Cranford Oak Motel
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- Airport Transportation
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Centre (where we are working/training), and the airport are very close to each other. The city is just a short taxi/bus ride away. The biggest thing about Christchurch’s downtown is there was a major earthquake 5 years ago. The rebuilding is very slow and lots of buildings have been torn down and replaced. But the city is still a neat city. It's Spring here and everything is in bloom with lots ...
... 8217;s just waiting for Thursday
with 3 days at work. I suppose that’s better than waiting around and hopefully,
the days will pass quickly as we have been very busy in our jobs over the past
couple of weeks.
Here’s hoping you are all well and happy. To those
travellers who have been away, we look forward to a catch up and hear how it
went. To those at home (wherever that may be), we look forward to hearing from
... the earthquakes that hit Christchurch in 2010/2011. Some of the stories were absolutely heart breaking, one woman described how she fell to the floor and covered her head, then after the quake turned to a tourist who was sat on a park bench and said 'WHAT WAS THAT?!' (She was from Canterbury, and had grown up with earthquakes, so she meant, what MAGNITUDE was that). The tourist - after not moving off the park bench through ...
... ne bother and got all the gen on convenience stores, eating places and Christchurch in general. We ate out at Tresvinos, a multi nationality restaurant - J ate Italian and I had Curry de Jour washed down with a couple of handles of good old Mac Gold! Highlights of the day: The Infinity Portal at Steampunk HQ Travelling across NZ's longest bridge Reading instructions on what to do in the event of a Tsunami! Teasing ...
... out into the suburb where the main liquefaction occurred. It just looks like the set of a zombie movie. The roads are demolished, the remaining few houses are falling down, have been vandalised and broken into and the only sign that this was once a bustling neighbourhood is that the pavements still show the dips where driveways once lead to the houses. There were no people, just cones, barriers and no entry signs for miles and miles. The once thriving city centre is still ...