|Christ Church Cathedral
|There was some reasonably pleasant vocal jazz going on while I was in the church.
|More flags. The big one is the Kiwi naval ensign (which should be distinguished from the red civil ensign, which we saw earlier). The flag at far right is the Flag of the United Tribes of New Zealand, the first semi-official flag of the islands (circa 1840, before New Zeland became a Colony).
|Plaque in the Cathedral commemorating the 1955 expetition to Antarctica.
|Raindrop sculpture with the word "rain" in various different languages.
|Including Elvish...? I'd guess it's Sindarin, though I don't know why it's not written using the Tengwar. I couldn't find any Klingon.
|The Windor Hotel's mascot, doing what she does best.
|The Bridge of Rememberance, again.
|The Bridge of Rememberance, again. "QVID NON PRO PATRIA", What would one not do for his country?.
|An up-ended sea container across the street from the art gallery.
|Cranmer Square. The park across the street from the Hotel.
|The floral clock. Described as Christchurch's cheesiest tourist attraction.
|At Christchurch airport. That's not my plane. Mine was a significantly more boring A320.
|Fuelling the plane: 4499 litres.
|The Ashley River in northern Canterbury.
|Waikato River mouth, on the North Island.
|On the ground in Aukland. In the distance there's a Air New Zealand plane painted in the livery of the All Blacks.
|The FTC elevator at LAX. I don't get it. What happened to numbers?
|Home again, home again, jiggity-jig.