Tresori Motor Lodge
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... to leave here by 7:30 to get there in time) to an iceberg lake and then only one night in that town till we are off again so not sure when I can message but will unless a Titanic thing happens. When I think about it 400 kms to us is quite normal in the Aussie outback and we do that easily towing a van but here it is horrendous with the roads that wind in and out of mountains, oh for a straight road again.
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... We had not eaten anything so far that day, so were ready for our dinner. We enjoyed a lovely dinner accompanied by a couple of drinks.
Feeling a bit more normal, we went back to our room, relaxed and promply fell asleep. For those of you who are on the what about a shower train of thought, yes we did have one before we fell asleep.
1/5/15 Woke up feeling good and refreshed. Decided to go to the restaurant for breakfast and start the day ...
We dined in the MDR. We enjoyed a delicious lamb salad. No show for us tonight as Rich will be up again at 3a. He does not complain about that hour. I will be glad when the time changes and he does not have to get up so early.
We enjoyed an after dinner drink in the Avenue Saloon.
Tomorrow we will be in our last port in NZ, Dunedin. We will be doing an volunteer tree planting excursion to help the penguins.
Until next ...
... it down seems the only safe thing to do. Anyway, that was the opinion of our guide.
Only about 185 people died in the quake, a remarkably low figure. And most, 115, died in one building, the CTV, or Canterbury Television headquarters, now a vacant lot. Right across the street from this lot is the memorial erected for these folks, 185 white chairs, most of which have roses on them. Another 25,000 have since left the city due to the ...
... even really on any maps... so we had to make several U-turns to find it! Just managing to turn up before the campsite reception closed... this one you had to pay for (we had avoided paying campsites for so long!). It did however have a big large kitchen area with free utensils and cooking equipment and toilets and a hot shower... so we couldn't really complain! We awoke the next morning to a sheep hanging about right outside our van... just what you ...