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I paid £200 to change my flight and have longer in New Zealand, which in hindsight is the best decision I could have made. At this point I am traveling alone and that also could not have been a better decision. I am loving it!
I landed in Christchurch in the early hours of the morning and stepped outside into the cold air, a massive shock to the system considering how much sun I've had over the past few months. I checked into the ...
... lent me their bicycles, some even gave me rides to or from the train/bus station.
Not only can you find cool people to stay with, but you can meet people just to hang out, go for a drink, or see the city with. I once met a paraplegic vagabond for coffee on his small sailboat which is both his home and world traveling vessel. Cool, right!? I also met up with a German girl who was spending her summer as an au pair for a kiwi family in Wellington. She took me ...
... shops had closed but I did manage to get tea towel number 3. We took loads of photos showing the centre after the earthquake there were lots of quirky features- the kind I like.
We returned via the botanical gardens and a good burger at the Running Bull pub with grub! They stock a really nice beer with lemon in it, it tasted really good.
Back to our clean, modern, comfy bed, huge plasma TV, and one.chair (thought of my friend Sylvia) motel ...
... of hours of Pilates and Gyrotonic training) and digestive system by logging this pack and eating white toast with mermaid.
Flashpackers are people that travel with a backpack but do not carry it.
In six weeks of travel I expect that this awful thing will have touched my shoulders for a total of 8.5 minutes combined. I remove it from the luggage belt at the airport, I get help anchoring it to my upper body, I search for the sign that says taxi and I walk ...
... the Abel Tasman National Pakr where we camped before getting a water taxi to Barks Bay and running the stunning 25km coastal forest trail back. We stopped at a side trail to have a dip in fresh water at Cleopatra's Pool, where I slipped on a slimy wet rock and nearly broke my ankle. We had another stop for a swim at an almost deserted white sand beach. When we finally got back to the village of Marachau we rested our tired and sore legs in a café briefly ...