Centrepoint On Colombo Motel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... wandering about sampling cafés and investigating the local cheese making shop, then spent a lazy afternoon relaxing with our feet up. You’ve got to do that at least once every vacation, and Mary and Ray had yet to do so in their time here. We didn’t mind!
Now that we’ve all improved our suntans it’s off to Christchurch to see Mary and Ray off home – and then, the adventure ...
... 8217;t know his way around". So he dropped us off and wouldn’t you know it – after opening our letterhanging on the office door, we found our cabin was right up the back of the park. So we grabbed all our luggage and walked what turned out to be the entire length of the park and then some way back again after we missed a turn. Now that was an exercise. But it didn’t stop there. When we opened the door, which took a bit ...
... As a result the city centre currently looks pretty grim, although it's clear attempts have been made by the council to liven it up. There are lots of pop up shops and restaurants in temporary buildings (essentially shipping containers) and Quake City, which at first glance looks like a very bad taste amusement park, is actually an exhibition ...
... 1975 hit the town, with sharks skidding on the streets and most places flooded including our camper van rental office such that we could not put our bags down. The staff dressed in heavy winter clothing shivering as they processed our bookings. Christchurch is a town that has had its share of dramatic natural disasters. In September 2010 a 7.1 magnitude earthquake hit the town and in 2011 a 6.3 magnitude quake hit the city. When you walk through the city, viewing ...
... cheering on the bank, I caught sight of Simon and Asher who lifted me out of the boat with words of encouragement. My legs were bleeding and covered in bruises where I had squirmed and kicked to free myself during my capsizes. With help from Simon’s son and Bronwyn, who had sold me the kayak and kindly lent me her precious race bike for the weekend, I limped / hopped / ran up the bank to a field where my bike was again waiting for me with much needed food and energy drink. ...