Closest to the rising sun. Should your name be Dawn, or dawn to you is the most beautiful time of the day, full of hope and anticipation, then this is your silo. To see the dawn light caress the forehead is a moment of wonder.
If you were bottle fed and regret the lack of emotional tactility, then Silo 5 in the bosom of the SiloStay complex, should see this right. It is also adjacent to the Biolytic worm farm so you can talk to the worms as they go about their day to day business.
For those who need privacy, those who choose not to overthink, and who are going with their inner compass. Silo 8 catches the opening-closing rays of the days' sun and a slither when she sets.
Is for those who travel in numbers, who took the risk to have children, or for one who is a light sleeper and requires more ‘space’ than their 50% of an already comfortable queen. Also Silo 9 is furthest away from the inactive Akaroa volcanic hub, so should you be the type of individual that lays awake at night worrying about lava flows and seismic movement, this silo is your peaceful nirvana.
Sits closest to bolt Mecca and book exchange, seat of higher learning and possibly a ladder towards a greater calling and personal liberation.
Sits happily between Silos 4 and 5, in itself both a bonus and a pleasant surprise let alone a challenge to early learning. Your gaze will be interrupted by the calls of Tui in the Heritage Park and the possible gentle snuffles of Tuatara as they do that audible and unique thing before mating.
Is for pioneers, those able to take a chance, a bullock by the balls, or is it a bull by the horns. This unit was the first silo built in the early silo pioneering daze. It’s for the brazen, the risk takers, the uninhibited and unrealistic.