This morning Gina and I had a lay in after a heavy night. We heard Sam leave at 7am and said goodbye to her and then Charlotte and Kim left at 10am so we said goodbye to them as well. Once we had got up we went to the lads room and they were heading down the beach. The weather was sunny but cold as well so I decided not to go to the beach. Gina went with all the lads but Graham wasn't going so I asked him if he wanted to walk around the city with me. I wanted to clear the air with him after our argument a few nights before. He said he fancied it so we left the hostel around 1.30pm. Christchurch is the largest city in the south island. In 2008, it took out Wellington as New Zealand's second largest city after Auckland with a growing population of approximately 400,000 Cantabrians. The city was settled early last century by the Anglicans from England. Hagley Park in the city centre is the world's third largest central park behind Central Park, New York and Stanley Park, Vancouver. Christchurch is a very English style city, with its remaining old Neo-gothic buildings and well-established gardens. We started walking around Cathedral Square and had a look inside the cathedral. The Cathedral is a stunning architectural structure built in gothic tradition from Canterbury stone and timber and completed in 1881. The Cathedral has a rich musical tradition and holds one of the country's finest pipe organs. We then went past the Art Gallery and I nearly dragged Graham in but I wasn't that cruel. Art isn't really his thing lol. He did say that he would have gone round with me had I wanted to go in. How sweet. We went to Hagley Park and then had a look around the musuem. It showed New Zealand's rich cultural and natural heritage. Afterwards we relaxed in the Botanic Gardens. It was stunning holding the finest collection of native and exotic trees and plants in New Zealand. On the way back to the hostel we stopped for some food. Graham wanted to treat me. Bless him. We had a really great afternoon together. In the evening Gina and I went for an indian meal at Tandoori Place for our last night in New Zealand and then went out for the last time with all the lads to Saints and Sinners bar. It was a fantastic night. The lads are a great laugh and we have had some brilliant times with them. We are going to miss them all so much. Gina and I have had a wicked time over the last month in New Zealand and we will take loads of great memories away with us.