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... blocks have been cleared and new buildings are under construction. This was an apparent nightmare for the inhabitants and a contractor’s workers dream.
There was a tour group having dinner in the restaurant so we made a late reservation. They were still there, saying their goodbyes. It reminded of our parting in Shanghai.
November 23, 2014
Today we had a free day in Christchurch. land. It was originally inhabited ...
I started writing this blog about a week ago. After about an hour I realised I was only about half way through everything we've done. So it's safe to say there is a lot to see and do in New Zealand. Alex said I'd written far to much and that everyone would be bored stiff. So what follows is a condensed version. I have included some more info against some of the photos for those that appreciate detail the way I do :) So the first night in ...
... other cousin Darren, his wife Lin Lin and their baby Trevor. It was lovely having all the family together in the one room sharing a meal. Baby Trevor is just so adorable, making me almost broody for that split second!We sat up until quite late, having a drink, catching up, reminiscing and discussing the differences between the UK and New Zealand. Before we knew it, it was 1am and time to hit the sack. It has been an exhausting, but an awesome day today. I look forward to the next few days.
After a heavy night saying farewell to queenstown & some of our friends off the bus we headed to lake tekapo for the night. It is such a beautiful spot. Had a chilled, went over to visit the famous chapel & got some free soup and hot chocolate and then went and lay by the lake looking up at stars which looked amazing, you could see the Milky Way & ...
... Carlijn for forcing me to start with the realisation of my goal: the first Great Walk
- Pascale at funky Green for offering to be the shoulder to cry on and make me smile again.
- Tina for sharing her bed with me. (no the afore mentioned events did not make me gay)
- Brenda, for her kiwi hospitality and incredible kindness. You're one of the sweetest people I've ever met!
- Zoe, for the endless conversations over ciders and subway ...