New Zealand Canterbury Port Levy
by Ian Stehbens
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bdeh, on March 2, said:
Back in NZ, nice shot Ian. Greetings Berend
Ian Stehbens, on March 3, said:
I have always been fascinated by the Banks Peninsula, Berend, years before I ever set foot in NZ. It is quite unique as a volcanic landscape, and has a very interesting social history as well.
It is a beautiful area, with many quaint elements to its landscape.
It is a great place for a holiday or for a day or two after arrival while one waits for the e weather to change for the better in the mountains of the Southern Alps. Then when the forecast is good, I head straight to the mountains.
The Banks Peninsula welcomes one in any weather.
bdeh, on March 3, said:
It's nearby the airport of Christchurch, that's an advantage too Ian. Greetings Berend
As soon as one picks up the hire car or the campervan at Christchurch airport, the peninsula is a great place to begin exploring the South Island, and familiarising oneself with the culture and the roads. But, because it is a peninsula and a little out of the way, many tourists overlook this special area.
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