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#74613 4-Jan-2011 01:49
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I know you are probably sick of hearing, I'm going to Christchurch this month. Me and my mate I'm going with sat down tonight, setup a spreadsheet and planned out what we would do for the trip, and how much it would cost. So far, we're going to the Museum, an Art Gallery, the Gondola, a Ghost Walk in gothic buildings, going to a wildlife park, punting on the river, as well as going to other free stuff like parks, beaches etc.. and the markets. A weeks worth of entertainment, as well as our weeks transport costs with a metrolink card, all for under $100 each. (we're both students so get some discounts) but still, its absolutely amazing. I was expecting out weeks entertainment to be about $200 at least. This means more money to spend on other things like gifts and whatever. Just thought I'd put it out there, for once I'm not complaining about something. :D. Be proud of your city Christchurchians. xD

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  #423884 4-Jan-2011 08:50
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The earthquakes do come at an extra cost though...

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  #424549 6-Jan-2011 09:54
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Is that the Arts Centre Ghost Walk?

If so, it's very cool. Not spooky, but quite funny and entertaining. The tour guide is a hoot - must be a cool job, staying in character like that. Plus you get to see the more tucked-away parts of the complex that the public don't normally get to see.

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