Tower Junction Motor Lodge
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We woke and grabbed a shuttle into town to start our whale watching excursion. The "awaiting confirmation" notice next to the 10am departure suggested there may be an issue and sure enough it promptly changed to "severe sea sickness warning". The footnote advised they were averaging 1-2 whale sightings per cruise and I reckoned that throwing up for …
... to shopping centres in the outskirts while all the accommodation is double the price as elsewhere in NZ; much of it booked up in bulk by the construction workers. To us travellers anyway the city lacks a sense of atmosphere and the amenities are not the same standards as everywhere else. It was finally time to drop our wheels off at the Christchurch garage. Sara did a great job navigating the way through the new one ...
... the next day. We all had a bath, used Moroccan oil in our hair, shaved our legs, plucked our eyebrows and removed old nail varnish, ready for the beaches in Fiji! Nicola was feeling very unhealthy so decided to do her first workout in two months, it was a good day. We got free wifi for an hour then read our books and got ready for bed. We were very sad to be leave New Zealand, it has been so amazing and we made some great friends along the way and had lots of great ...
... The bull was prevented by a swift quad bike and we were back on our way. Okains Bay Imagine a perfect sand cove between two cliffs, with a river running to the sea and endless sunshine. Also imagine a place stuck somewhere between 1950 and 1970. It amazes me this place being so close to Christchurch is not jam packed with tourists. Our target was the museum here. This is a small village of houses, each packed with household ...
... fished. We explored the far end where the lake ran out into a river with steep forested banks and a waterfall, before heading back for lunch by the lake side, and driving to Kumara Beach, the start of the Coast to Coast race.
We are now chilling out in a café in Kumara. Later we're going to drive up towards Arthur's Pass to find a campsite for the night, and tomorrow we are doing another practice of the Mountain Run before heading back to Christchurch.