Cityview B&B Homestay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... at around 9.30pm they began to come out the sea after a whole day of fishing and head up the bank to their nests! You could hear and see hungry chicks and there were 2 adolescents who tried to bully any penguin they came into contact with to give them fish!! We called them Bert and Ernie!! They stood on the path that the penguins had to take when coming out of the sea!! Hilarious to watch them try and dodge the pair of bullies!! 29/1/15 I had ...
... to have 1 GB wifi (1000 mps). As it is it is at the moment it's 20mps - twice as fast as ours at home.
We walked downtown to discover that the majority of the shops shut at the weekend at either 2 or 3 pm. That felt odd.
Dunedin is New Zealand's leading university city and medical training centre so there were lots of young people around and also it seemed to be graduation day for some, in their gowns and with ...
... beings, all made from industrial bits and pieces. A version of upcycling I guess. You could spend a week here and still probabIy discover new things. It's haphazard and bits are everywhere. Even when outside you look up and there is a man fishing off the top of the building, giant flies on the walls and a zeplin about to crash into the building! It also has an infinity room. A mirrored room you walk into, shut the door behind you and you are ...
... better option. We stopped a few times in different random, small places along the way. I couldn't live anywhere near here - it would drive me mad. Each place is about a road long it consists of a hospital, fire station and ambulance/medical centre, a primary and secondary school, a couple of churches (Catholic and Presbyterian), a couple of cafes and shops, a small super market and a swimming pool if they're lucky. It's absolutely dead. I find it hard to believe people can actually ...
... were in the very back row but we still felt very close to the pitch and could see all the action. To one end of the stands they have the area they call The Zoo. This is an over 18s area that is not set seats and has a very party atmosphere. I was quite glad to be in the regular seats but it looked like they were all having a great time.
It was great to see some of the All Blacks play for their clubs in both our team and in the opposition. It was also great to see ...