posted on Nov, 14 2016 @ 12:55 PM
Pretty still overnight,
no quakes over M5
edit: I should have said "didn't feel any ..."
14/11/2016 10:49:57 PM NZDT, 5.01, off Kaikoura Peninsula
15/11/2016 12:16:42 AM NZDT, 5.07, Cape Campbell (Seddon)
and since I got up
15/11/2016 8:17:33 AM NZDT, 5.0, inland Kaikoura
estimated 1100 tourist stranded in Kaikoura. Kaikoura is still cut off from the rest of the country.
Reports are that they will be served crayfish that was on hand for the local restaurants.
Poor buggers. Kaikoura is the Crayfish Capital of NZ . Makes sense.
There is nothing better to eat than cooked crayfish and bread and butter.
Lobster to you Northern Hemi readers.
NZ Navy is sending HMNZS Canterbury there to evacuate those who want to leave. They might not get many who want to leave if crayfish is on the
Local radio was on about out our water here in the NI this morning (i mentioned this yesterday) , seems widespread, dirty but not contaminated.
An inland route has opened over the Lewis and Murchison Passes, its an extra 2 hours drive. But at least it is drivable.
The Ferries won't be sailing for at least a week, the bridges at the terminals both ends have been damaged.
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