Captain Eady's Lookout

2 Moss Street, Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2 Moss Street, Dunedin, is near Larnach Castle, Otago Peninsula, Elm Wildlife Tours, and Natures Wonders Naturally.
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    First Sunday here! Roaming and wandering

    A travel blog entry by ashleynz23 on Jul 06, 2014


    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 ...

    Chilling Out and Keeping Warm at Penny's

    A travel blog entry by cerikang on Jul 02, 2014

    24 photos

    ... of Victorian buildings, which were built by Scottish settlers. A lot of these buildings are free to enter, so we spent a couple of days looking around the city visiting buildings such as Dunedin Railway Station, the First Church of Otago and St. Paul's Cathedral. On our visit to Otago Museum, we saw some really interesting displays about New Zealand, world, maritime and natural history.

    When I wasn't working on reception, we spent our days venturing a ...

    Is it Castle or carstle.....Castle for me!!

    A travel blog entry by davenjules on Mar 18, 2014

    1 comment, 70 photos

    ... Jaffas to have Jaffa rolling competitions on the hill, which is said is loads of fun, but very messy which ****** of the locals. (A Jaffa for those who don't know is a ball of chocolate covered in a hard orange flavoured candy). So then, on to the castle...

    Larnach Castle was built by a local business man in the late 1800's by the name of William Larnach. It took many years to complete and was lived in until the early 1900's when it was sold and then left abandoned. William ...

    You've Dun my Edin with this museum

    A travel blog entry by johnnym on Feb 21, 2014

    5 photos

    ... ramshackle, the Stafford Gables is a charming old building. Not that I spent long there. I dumped bags and was up and out, to see the city and find parkrun's start ready for the morning. The city was all a-bustle. It is known for its Scottish influence-even having its own tartan-and the railway station is a contender for 'most photographed building in NZ', a lovely Edwardian structure, probably over large for the traffic going through, judging by ...

    Seal of approval

    A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Feb 09, 2014

    4 photos

    ... 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 ...