Parklands Motor Lodge Timaru
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... stalker of ours, the humble rainbow. It was like the circus was in the sky each time we’d arrive at a place, a spectacular showcase of colour – none more so than the intense spectrum we saw during our drive to Wanaka. It was as if it had just been born. Naturally, this phenomenon didn’t last long as once more the rain bulleted down and bullied it away before continuing on its warpath until the roads were sodden and the ...
... br> We also spent time visiting the Botanical Garden and Museum and its good that Christchurch is a city that is still well worth a tourist visit.
A fairly short journey down the coast today for a stopover at Timaru before heading into the mountains tomorrow. Its been good to have a lazy day browsing the shops, getting haircuts and enjoying some good NZ beer and wine at a bar. They had a fire on the go, nice ...
... head on one side. I believed it to be of an infection of some sort, so took note of his numbered tag in his ear, and when returning to the car, we stopped at the closest farmhouse and reported what we noticed.
The woman was very appreciative as they have 2,500 head of sheep and they are not always able to monitor each one every day.
Can you see the outlines of animals and whatever else ...
... of gotten out.
We head to Christchurch tomorrow and Monday we fly to Auckland and then Tuesday we fly home. The Mosers are picking us up at the airport and then we might go home that night or wait till Wednesday - time will tell. We would both like to get back to our own beds. NOT LOOKING FORWARD TO SNOW.
Thanks again for your comments. It has been an amazing holiday but I will never do another one that we are gone for this long. Cheers Terry
... to summit Mount Everest with sherpa Tenzing Norgay. It turns out Mt. Cook has similar glacier and snow conditions to Everest, although having an obviously lower altitude, only 3,754 metres compared to Everest's 8,848 metres. Which is why it has an ominous reputation as being one of the worlds deadliest mountains, as each year it claims climbers with its bizarre weather conditions and freak storms that blow in rapidly from the sea. Luckily we will not ...