Centrepoint On Colombo Motel
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... people have gone. We get to Lyttleton, what a lovely place (like the whole of NZ). Even in the rain and low clouds this place is still enchanting. We find a small bar where I enjoy a lovely mulled wine. Just the weather for this. Onwards to Gordon's Bay, another lovely spot. Tina and I head to the SheUniverse a chocolate factory -yum. Then back to the bar with the boys for a red wine and chocolate. ...
... t look out of place in East End London. We made our way into the donation-fee Museum of Canterbury to give ourselves an insight into life in New Zealand before European settlers. It was an interesting museum, with a lot of insight on geological affairs and an exhibit on Maori culture in Canterbury. After we left we made our way to the botanical gardens next door, apparently one of the biggest in any city in the world! New Zealand was already much cooler ...
... collar bone. Meanwhile the front group formed one long line riding through-and-off keeping up a relentlessly high pace which left me feeling sick and struggling to breathe, trying to eat energy bars and drink as much as possible ready for the all-important mountain run. The media car kept pulling up beside us to take video and photographers crouched at corners to get the best shots, it was a fantastic feeling to be at the front of the race!
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... everything was delicious. I learned a lot from our various presenters and the group was very amiable. We got along so well that we shared dinner back in Queenstown with a couple from Kuala Lumpur.
It was cloudy when we set off in the early morning of the 9th of February from Kingston bound for Te Anau. We stopped for breaky on the road and Don had a great muffin while I had an equally fine scone with my mocha. The drive didn’t take long and we were ...
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Recently we have been experiencing the pinch of this as we waited to hear back from the UK visa office about the status of our residency/ancestry visas. In part it was the fear that if they were rejected we would have nowhere to go, that we would lose the application fee of $1400 dollars and ...