City Sanctuary Bed and Breakfast
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... a second one followed the same routine, though moving a bit quicker. These penguins are quite rare, only about 4,000 in the world. We walked back along the beach looking at the sea lions again, still sleepy and saw a fur seal in the surf. Sea lions can eat fur seals so the suggestion was he was a young guy a bit lost and would head for the rocks. We had learned that seals generally live on rocks and sea lions on beaches. Then it was back up the slope ...
... s Day here today and I was showered with gifts such as " can you make a cuppa and what is for breakfast etc" Yes I am thoroughly spoiled.Spend the next few hours just taking it easy and talking to some other travellers.
Today was our day just to walk around the city of Dunedin and find out what it has to offer. First stop was to park " The Van "which we found easily. Free parking on a Sunday here , good idea. It was a ...
... the city's history, there are several authentic Scottish pubs in Dunedin, but sadly this was the only one we ventured in to during our stay. It was a brisk 15 or 20 minute walk back to our place, as we skillfully navigated unsavory characters and made it back to our place unscathed.
The next morning, we enjoyed the use of some outstanding wifi - perhaps the best of our entire trip through the time of this writing - to make some ...
... birthday in Dunedin (including a birthday cake!) we started the day by visiting the Moeraki boulders, which were large some shaped boulders on the beach. Then had a delicious picnic on the cliff side overlooking the beach with seals playing! One sang me happy birthday and another blew snot at us! You can't be everyone's friend! There was a baby seal playing in the sea with its mum too, very special to see. We went to a few view points for great photos ...
... late Barry Barker purchased the derelict castle and gardens, and made it their family home while restoring it.
We looked round the gardens and heard a kilted piper greeting tour buses. We didn't get a chance to ask him if he was Scottish.
From there it was back to Dunedin for Hughie to visit a Gasworks Museum where he enjoyed looking at all the various steam engines involved in the old days of gas production. Unfortunately the boiler was out of action ...