Tudor Court Motel
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... was bad so this was cancelled. Instead we walked to the base of the glacier. This was also the day that The Hobbit entered my life. Two films in one night (well one and a half). With number 3 booked at the cinema for tomorrow evening, I needed to top up (start) my knowledge of the stories. Luckily I was in good hands, surrounded by some serious Hobbit fans. I had a crash course and I felt semi-ready to watch the third film. In the morning the weather was perfect and we had the ...
... he left NZ shortly after, wonder why. The guide said he went to Australia, but he was teasing us.
Car parks are where office buildings once stood , it is truly a sad to see, the guide told us that they were indeed rather lucky that apart from one section of the bridge over the Avon river was relatively untouched, which would have been a disaster as it would have cut the town into 2.
There is a lot of work going on to this day trying to rebuild the ...
... maybe next time upgrade to a proper campervan). Apart from the flights, the cost of living is cheaper than in the UK and has meant we have been able to do some fantastic activities which we otherwise would not have been able to afford. Our personal highlights of our trip to New Zealand: -Helicopter ride to/and hiking the Franz Josef Glacier -The skydive/jet boating/Milford Sound. -Driving through the incredible South ...
... Zealand and, after the baby banoffee pie in Napier, the desserts are delicious and enormous.
We visit Christchurch which is still being rebuilt in parts after the 2010 and 2011 earthquakes. City centre is really quiet as most of the shops and businesses have relocated out of the city. Feels strange to walk around and see ************e. Anyone we do meet is super friendly. You can't get lost in NZ - its ...
... friends chauffeur - I think we are one of the first backpackers to arrive at a hostel in a chauffeur driven Mercedes!! We spent today wandering around the coffee shops, china town and central. I love Sydney already and the view from our hostel balcony is amazing! I had my hair cut at a cheap hairdressers in china town - lesson learnt not to do that again as I am now sporting the same hair cut as most 5 yr old boys!! I can't wait for my Oz adventure to carry on tomorrow ...