Cityview B&B Homestay
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... minibus.. About half way up we saw a sea lion had woken up and was moving across the beach and he woke up another couple and they started to play fight. Tash expressed relief that we weren't down there when they woke up - the rest of us had the opposite view! Once back to the minibus we drove back to town arriving just after 8 - didn't seem like we had been away for over 5 hours. We had a big tex mex dinner in the restaurant opposite the motel then retired to ...
... in the city today, all the graduates were probably sleeping in after the parties yesterday.
Two things come to mind when you think of Dunedin, Scotland and Students. It is known as the Edinburgh off the south and is immensely proud of its Scottish heritage, never missing an opportunity to break out the haggis and bagpipes on certain occasions.
The first Europeans settled here in 1848 which included the nephew of ...
... a good seafood meal.
Then it was on to the nicest building in town - The Dunedin Railway station. It was magnificent and the tilework in the floor was great. It had designs of trains, telephone poles, passenger cars, etc. High above, stained glass window with train themes glowed in the early autumn light.
And since the weather was so nice, we drove out and explored the Otago Peninsula, ...
... and plan the next stop on our adventure. From there, we hopped in the IST, thankful that it hadn't been vandalized during the night. Seriously, we were about 60% certain that something bad would have happened... it was that bad of a neighborhood. We drove to the Otago peninsula, explorers on a quest to see albatross, seals, blue penguins and yellow-eyed penguins. YELLOW-EYED PENGUINS!!!! That's right. Those aren't your average ...
... did a short walk to a waterfall. We had another stroll around a reservoir and then visited a house owned by the Maori tribe but is used as a welcome house and meeting point for any visitors outside of the tribe. The house was called Te Paihere, meaning good tie (knot). The peak of the house represents the ancestors head, the sloping angles are the arms and the straight sides are the legs. You enter through the breast and walk into the ancestor. The ...