Took this whilst in Christchurch last month, on a chilly early November morning. Wholesome sounds of nature only, hence the chirping birds and ear-popping winds. Still getting the hang of videopress-ing on my camera and phone; pardon me if the travelogue is a tad shaky!
Facts: The February 2011 Christchurch earthquake of magnitude 6.3 killed 185 people. 4,423 earthquakes were recorded in the Canterbury region above a magnitude 3.0, from 4 September 2010 to 3 September 2012.
Nevertheless, the city still retains such scenic beauty! Some economists estimated that it will take the New Zealand economy 50 to 100 years to completely recover…
Definitely adding sky-diving and bungee-jumping to my wishlist for the next trip!
“There is nowhere else in the world where, within two hours of an international airport, you can ski at a world-class alpine resort, play golf, bungy jump, raft, mountain bike, hot-air balloon, wind surf, whale watch and visit internationally-acclaimed wineries and gardens.”
At Peppers Clearwater Resort,
Christchurch, 8053 New Zealand