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... next to sullied buckets. We hope they got their share of dolphin action before their experience took a turn for the worse. We left the poor things to it, moving outside to take a few photos of the dolphins, who were still relentlessly playing by the boat in the sunshine as it glittered off the surface of the sea. Dusky dolphins are famed for their spectacular aerial acrobatics. The stronger individuals we saw can launch themselves a full six feet clear of the ...
... now a big construction project. You see that most structures are new. There is lots of green space . We drove to the botanic garden, it was nice but just a nice park. The next morning we drove to Akaroa south of Cristchurch but within the district. Our GPS took us through a winding scenic route . Akaroa area is on a series of bays surrounded by mountains. The east side of the South Island. Doesn't get much rain so you see lots of yellow and brown with ...
We moved from Christchurch today, but on the way out visited the Gondola which goes up to the top of Mt Cavendish and overlooks the whole of Christchurch. It was very windy toward the top, neither of us were that enthusiastic about the way our pod was swaying in the wind! But took some nice photos from the top one of which is where we stayed in New Brighton (peninsular). We are now at our campsite in Akaroa, facilities a bit dated but very clean. Took a couple of photos of Akaroa ...
... their natural habitat. That should be pretty cool.
So,.....for now, I'm curled up on my pullout, watching the flickering of the little wood stove, and felling 'pretty comfy'.
We're on the countdown,.....only 5 more full days left. I'm ready to come home. I miss Dennis, and the fam,....and Charlie. Won't be long now.
The internet s not so hot here,....so it may be a day or so before I can post these last few blogs. Til then,......'take it easy Mate'!
... media will tell you that the recovery process in Christchurch is ongoing, my mum and I were stunned, truly stunned when we saw the ruins of the city. Many of the buildings had been completely demolished and all that remained were merely the concrete slabs they’d been built on. Everywhere was surrounded by fencing that can be found on building sites, many buildings were still rubble, including Christchurch Cathedral. Having never seen ...