Albatross Inn Bed & Breakfast
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... moment terror and awe overwhelmed me simultaneously as I watched the gentle giant come up for air and disappear back beneath the waves. I looked along the shoreline and spotted Jen standing by our stuff in the distance, a more welcome sight I have never seen. She was too far away for me to get her attention and by the time we both returned to the spot the sea turtle was long gone. Most of our adventures were low key, homely adventures, not at all like the grand exploration of ...
... We finished our day with a visit to the Settlers Museum. Wow what a great place to visit, so big and so very informative. It covers all you can possibly think off and more. Carol you would have loved it.
So , we had a successful day and saw lots of great things.
Thank you Dunedin for allowing us to look at your amazing city
On the road again tomorrow, heading further south. Invercargill tomorrow.
See you there
... scurrying up the sand. They clambered over some rocks and up a sandy path to their burrows ... all very fast! We were standing on a viewing platform and they came very close, but the lights were dim so not to frighten them and we obviously couldn't use a flash, so the photos are vague. We saw around 40 in all return home and they ...
... and then went out to see more of my penguins. Because it was Friday there were more people and there were fewer penguins and I didn't manage to molest another one. We got up the next day and left the campsite, drove to Dunedin and it was awful, it was quite congested and there was a sot of unfriendly atmosphere about the place that I can't explain but we all felt it. The old architecture was amazing and there were so many Victorian era buildings but we just didn't like the ...
... a few cafes. Past the container port, where ships were being loaded with logs for export, we found a look-out point and Back Beach, which was very quiet. It was a small, rocky beach with lots of native birds, fish and shellfish and we had a good view of Kamau Taura (where early settlers were quarantined to prevent spread of diseases) and Goat Island.
We went into town a few nights when we weren't content with staying in the hostel lounge or ...