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2 months in Christchurch

sasicka | Jan 13, 201306:07 AM     3

Hi, I'll be spending 2-3 months in ChCh, NZ with my family. We'll be staying in a "unit" or whatever that is, at the University of Canterbury. I'll have a car but also a twin stroller and two 18mth olds, so travelling to many destinations in one day is not very convenient. I'll be there most of May and June, maybe even July.

So, would you please point me to a direction of a great farmers market or a supermarket / shop with high quality foods.

Also, I'd appreciate a tip for a good restaurant with food delivery to the area of the University. Any quisine except Thai is great (hate cilantro/ coriander and DH hates heat and lots of spices).

Finally, I'd like to ask you for restaurant tips around that area. I guess there is nothing within 5 minutes walk, but maybe within 5 minutes drive? Just an ordinary every-day simple but good place.

Thanks a lot! Alex

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