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 …
MONDAY 19th OCTOBER 2015
It was very cold in bed this morning. I knew why, when I looked out the window and saw snow on Maungatua! It was very exciting for me, especially as I wasn't expecting to see snow. I heard the early morning traffic building up, and thought it must about 6.30, unfortunately for me it was only 5.20am !
So I hopped back into bed for an hour, by which time everyone ...
... room and two bedrooms, much to Kramstable's delight.
We went for a walk and it felt weird. Everywhere else we've been has been over-run by tourists. Dunedin is a much bigger place with a lot fewer tourists, and I felt really obviously out of place. It's also only the second place on our while trip we've seen someone smoking.
We found a nice old bar that had beer on ...
... wish them luck because after watching a couple of the kiwis they have in their enclosure, I was not only captivated but fell in love with these birds. Dodging thunder bolts and torrential rain I took myself to The Landing, a little restaurant on the high street for dinner, which is definitely a good place to try out and they have free wifi for blog writers! (http://www.thelandingbar.co.nz). Wanaka Here We Come! With another travel day ahead of us, it was perfect to ...
... our heads. She was spot on, that's just what they did. She then suggested we go over the other side of the cliff and take the steps towards the beach as there were some Fur Seals resting on the rocks that were used to people. After a short walk, there they were, with one particularly close. We then returned towards the viewing platform again to see more Albatross. As we got to the top of the steps ...