Andaview Bed & Breakfast
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... of a roaring wood fire. Life was good for us all.
Enjoyed a lovely dinner accompanied by some more of the red stuff and of course lots of chats and laughs. It had been such a long time since we have seen both Yvonne and Wim so it was good to be there with them.
Finally we decided to call it a night. covered the bird cage, kicked the dog out ( not really )
and off to sleep..
Hope you enjoyed the evening as much as we did.
Tomorrow is another day. ...
... was going on in Dunedin that night it turns out there was a Rod Stewart concert on and so all hotels except one were booked up. Fortunately Rod did not cause anymore problems for us with the exception of Wills singing the first line of Maggie May non stop (he only knows the first line). A treat for the ears I'm sure you will agree.
We only really had one major thing on the to do list in Dunedin and that was to go to the Royal Albatross centre. Before you raise your eyebrows ...
How lucky are we to be touring NZ again. The descent into Christchurch is just amaxing. Snow over Fox Glacier and amazing views over the mountains and lakes.
It's six years since we've seen Christchurch and what a difference! Five years since the eathquake and the city still looks like a bombsite. Buildings demolished, cyclone fences and ...
... Our menu was Lamp chops with mint butter, green beans, rolls and mashed sweet potatoes with apple pie for dessert. Yum, Yum, Yum!! We squeezed in around the dining room table and ate like Kings and Queens. No one could stay up much past dinner, so slowly one-by-one everyone made their way to their beds. This wasn't the conventional Christmas we were used to; there was no snow, no hot chocolate, no Christmas Eve with the Garesches, no fireplace, ...
... got a glimpse of the sky. Once again it's impossible describe how many stars we could see and given our limited knowledge of the Southern Hemisphere sky we made a few guesses at the constellations. I'm pretty sure we saw the southern cross (there just happened to be three possibilities which it could have been!) and we got a glimpse at the Milky Way. It wasn't as bright and obvious as I was hoping but it was still clear to see. I have no idea how long we stayed there but I know ...