Parklands Motor Lodge Timaru
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The long drive to mount cook, three hours with no one in sight. We just saw a mountain climb out of the horizon. Oh I sound so poetic :) Mount cook is the tallest point in New Zealand, something that was discussed at length in the car as I couldn't remember of what it was the tallest peak, but alas it is only the tallest point in New Zealand. Upon arrival, we were too early to check in- a testimony to the early start we ...
Today I traveled to Mt. Cook! It took a while to get there, probably around six hours
stopping a couple of times. The landscape was so beautiful, I loved the drive.
We stopped at this place by the water and there was a little church that was so
small and so cute. Mom, I took the picture of the inside looking out on the
lake with the cross for you because I figured you would like it.
Once I arrived to Mt Cook I ...
... see some penguins but had no luck. As we got to the van the police came and moved us along, but moved us closer to the beach so the view was better. On what was going to be our last day in Timaru we was having a walk and found a car for sale at a good price so we rang the number.....that 'one call' To cut a lot of it short Chris arrived and after talking to him during a test drive he put us up in his house with his family (his ...
We had to reschedule our flight from Sydney to Christchurch due to a recurrence of my usual condition, but I seem OK now. The new flight brought us into Christchurch at midnight.
Found the car, found the motel settled in.
Next day we walked into the city centre. We had been expecting to see earthquake damage, but we were totally unprepared for the scale of the destruction even 3 years later. Half the ...
Leaving Oamaru under cloud cover, but at least no rain. Heading back inland and off to Mt Cook. Enroute we stopped to have a wonder around Elephant Rocks! This outcrop of massive boulders and piles of rocks, are of limestone that have been eroded by wind, water and weather over thousand of years. These are situated on a Farmer's private pasture, as the cattle and sheep enjoy meandering in and around and ...