Today's travels take us through the magnificent Mackenzie Country named after New Zealand's most famous outlaw, James McKenzie, who rustled sheep with his dog, Friday, in the 1850s. View the crystal waters of Lake Tekapo through the altar window at the Church of the Good Shepherd. Burkes Pass takes us through to Fairlie, Mackenzie Country's eastern gateway, before morning tea in Pleasant Point. Tour Timaru's many points of interest including the last landing service building in the southern hemisphere. Travel through Ashburton, one of the richest pastoral and agriculture districts in New Zealand. Arrive in Christchurch - the garden city.