Arden Street House
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The long drive from Christchurch to
Dunedin (took us about 5 hours), didn't leave us much time for
exploring Dunedin. We did manage to see the train station, Otago
Settlers' Museum, several old churches (I'm pretty sure Dunedin has
more churches than it does people!) before we decided to dip into a
couple of pubs to break up the …
... buildings were built. They have survived earthquakes, and they have survived being demolished to make way for newer buildings. Partly due to the port closing, meaning nobody wanted to build anything new there. What it does mean is that today it has a pretty much intact Victorian Precinct. I say pretty much as some buildings are beautifully maintained. Others are less well cared for. We wandered around town, admiring the buildings and some of ...
Good afternoon everyone! Happy Sunday! I went to a church service this morning and it was interesting.... It was a lot smaller than my church, but nice. It was held in a bowling club! The pastor did not deliver as strong as a message as Pastor John, but it was quaint and nice. I think I may go to a different church next week. So far NZ has been a beautiful country to ...
... probably feeling a little uneasy that England were so strong but I knew they'd come back with a vengeance, and the All Blacks didn't disappoint. The second half brought many good tackles with it but none quite as good as the tackle the crowd controllers performed on a streaker running across the pitch. I regret to inform you I have no photographic evidence of this but I've been told there was nothing to streak about. He got pummelled to the floor by two men before the police got ...
... spades". I though the direction was a little unimaginative but it was quite well acted - and not too long! We had time to drive to Baldwin Street, which claims to be the steepest street in the world. Flippin' 'eck it was! I wimped out and parked at the bottom, so we had to trudge up the 1 in 3 gradient on foot. It was pretty popular with a group of Germans, who found it equally fascinating. We'd hate to live on it, though at least you could cancel the gym ...