Captain Eady's Lookout

Address: 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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    One of the world's great train rides! Huh!?

    A travel blog entry by harleyjah on Feb 27, 2015

    53 photos

    ... some photos of the old buildings, but I’m not sure I can tell you which is which. We did get a good view of the port from high above the town and I think the photo does it justice. We sailed out of the harbor past old WW II bunkers, a light house with its keeper’s quarters and flocks of albatross. The albatross nest here and you can see dozens of them, unfortunately too far away to photograph well.

    Next stop, the fjords of New ...

    יום של תרבות וסידורים בדונאדין

    A travel blog entry by yonatan on Feb 11, 2015

    6 photos

    ... 1497; הסתוב 89;ות בעיר נכנסו למוזי 88;ון המורש 14; של המחוז אוטאג 93;, המוזא 93;ן היה די מושקה ...


    A travel blog entry by helenandadam on Jan 27, 2015

    10 photos

    ... used pictures as their signatures! We drove up to Signal hill for an amazing view of Dinedin, before driving up then walking down Baldwin street which is the steepest street in he world!! Then we drive to Aramoana for a walk to the end of the peninsula and saw massive waves and huge seals sleeping on the rocks!! It reminded me of Wales. We went back home for a quick dinner then off to see the world smallest penguins! We were stopped on a viewing ...


    A travel blog entry by stevecherylmoss on Jan 15, 2015

    5 photos

    ... roads had a sheer drop on one side with no barrier, and it was thick fog. By the time we got to the castle we couldn't even see it so we turned round and headed further up the peninsula. The road at sea level also has no barrier. its about a 10 foot drop into the rocky sea. I am sure some cars must have gone in at some time but there were no tyre marks on the road and no wreckage in the sea so perhaps not.
    The weather was no better so we just carried onto the end of the ...

    A new Edinburgh

    A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Oct 27, 2014

    2 comments, 35 photos

    ... a house there. It has wonderful panoramic views of Dunedin, Otago Harbour, the Peninsula and the Pacific Ocean so I can’t blame him. To clear the land he put pegs into the volcanic rock and poured salt water on them to split the rock. 200 men spent three years building the Castle and a load more European craftsmen spent another 12 years decorating the interior. Despite all this he was not a happy man and committed suicide in the NZ parliament in 1898, ...