Claremont House Dunedin - NZ
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... we went back for another look and eventually found it.
Still feeling energetic we went to explore the remainder of the grounds.
Can you spot the theme of the some of the gardens exhibits? Again answers on a postcard to …….
We left Larnach Castle and made our way back down into Dunedin and back to the site. For supper we had Chinese take away, we settled for chicken / steak satay and rice, meat and sauce were ok not so sure about the ...
... and Goat islands. Stunning scenery. Back on board ship for cocktail "happy hour" by about 4.30. Lovely day. Feel very relaxed. Evening entertainment was again good, but the shame of being asked to go on stage as the magician's assistant will haunt me ...
... visions of ending up in a basement or outbuilding for years to come. We got to the car and left town in a hurry. The rest of the drive was fairly uneventful. We passed a giant brown trout statue in Gore, the self titled "home of the brown trout" before finally approaching Dunedin. We were staying at New Zealand's only castle, Larnach Castle and needed to check in to choose our dinner for tonight's dinner party. But we also needed ...
... Dunedin, a choice well made as we were cold and hungry! The following morning we headed back into the city as we hadn't yet had a chance to explore it. We started off by buying some skiing goggles as we didn't know when we'd be in a place with shops again! The first place we went to was Dunedin railway station, which was a very impressive grey and white brick building, which had clearly had a lot of money spent on it inside and outside. ...
A wee bit of Edinburgh, we were not initially enamoured with the city of Dunedin, but fortunately persevered and found it quite interesting. Part of our initial reaction was formed by the huge encampment of of gypsy caravans holding a "Gypsy Fair" at the particular area we wanted to freedom camp, so no room for us, and secondly, getting trapped by a wrong turn into the ...