Bygone Era Bed & Breakfast
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That evening we eat delicious mexican veggie pies, and have cake and tea for desert. Perfect. My moscato also goes down well with everyone.
I sleep so well in the peaceful setting.
The next morning one of the guys pick Joanne up from her hostel in the city and brings her up to the farm. We get on the road at about 09.30 heading towards Christchurch!
... Glasgow University campus - I really couldn't any great similarity. The older buildings of the campus are lovely and sit on the side of the Water of Leith.
The Octagon is the heart of the city and has statue of Rabbie Burns similar to one in Dumfries. As the ICC World Cricket was starting at the weekend the trees around the Octagon were clad in knitted flags of the countries that were to play ...
... via State Highway 1. Aboard our little Ford rental we climbed mountains, weaved around the banks of the South Pacific, stopped off for an occasional tea and PB&J break, and safely arrived in Dunedin with two and a half hours to spare before sunset.
I had been warned Dunedin was "not much," and it turned out such warning was warranted given that it was summer holiday and half of the city's population of college students were away enjoying their "Uni break." ...
Days at Sea After a relaxing day in Hobart we set sail in the evening across the Tasman Sea towards NZ. The weather deteriorated overnight and Friday consisted of rough seas and strong winds with some rain...outside decks closed. Still apart from some rocking and bumps we survived intact. Not affecting our lazy days of reading, attending a couple of seminars, coffee and of course eating and napping. Clocks went ...
... something good while we were moving. We were oohing and aahing all the way, out along the shore and back along the Highcliff Road.
We visited the Albatross Centre at the extreme end of the peninsula but chose not to do the tour as there were only going to be 5 birds nesting, with no guarantee of seeing any flying and showing their size.
Instead we did a self guided tour of Larnach Castle, New Zealand's only castle. William Larnach built the castle for his ...