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... the car. We then drove back to highway 92 and went to Nugget Point. We saw Spoonbills, a sea lion and Dave saw one yellow eyed penguin from a bird hide. We then went to Kaka Point for lunch, a delicious triple decker toasted sandwich.
From highway 92 travelled to Baclutha, got gas and drove along highway 1 to Dunedin. Found our our motel booked in, and went out for delicious steak meal. Returned home and watched a video about Dunedin supplied by our motel, great info. ...
... Bullwinkle when pressed by security:
Security man, " Passport, please."
Russian, " Krz3w3pt?
Security, " Passport? Photo ID?"
Russian, " Vot meens pisspot?"
Security, " PASS PORT," hands moving like opening a book.
Russian, " Pisspot I liff in kabeen. Natasha! Go to kabeen breeng back faakeen pisspot. You go kweek."
I didn’t stick around to see what she brought back.
... hele weg terug de blazer in boris op 24 graden blazen. Zo gauw we op de camping staan wordt de dometic verwarming vol open gezet aangezien het buiten nog niet onder de 8 graden is en ook steken we de elektrische verwarming in. Het idee is om het zo warm mogelijk te maken voordat het buiten koud wordt zodat we het in ieder geval in het begin van de nacht lekker warm hebben.
de groete en stuur een fatsoenlijke verwarming,
b2o & de ...
... time a large ice berg suddenly cracked and clasped on itself, sending small waves across the lake. The snow covered mountains surrounding the valley looked very different to the English landscapes I am used to. A spectacular walk.
In the evening I freedom camped in same spot as last night, chilled out drinking the last few Speight's Gold Medal ...
... lots of suburbs with names of areas in Edinburgh as well. The city was founded by a nephew of Robbie Burns which probably explains this. We visited two churches - the First Church - a Presbyterian church - which was really lovely and St Paul’s Cathedral which was very strange - it looked like two churches merged together - an old one and a new one (which is in fact sort of what it is - the main church was built in 1919 ...