Claremont House Dunedin - NZ
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In der Fremde erfährt man mehr als zu Hause. aus Tansania My backpackers was near Dunedin, in Port Chalmers. It was on a top of a hill with a beautiful outlook to mountains and lakes. Had a nice room for myself. When I looked out I saw sheeps. My car did not come up to the top, it stopped on the ...
... we climbed the last peak after 18 to return our clubs. The day was hot, humid and after 18 holes quite sweaty. We didn't complain too loud as we had been wishing for heat after freezing our butts off at Doubtful Sound. Towering trees line many of the holes, a particularly scenic hole was deep in a valley surrounded by a lush forest and flanked by a babbling brook. The way back out of the valley actually had a tow line to help pull the clubs up the steep hill. It ...
... Oamaru. Graeme’s mum had also mentioned Timaru as she said the family often camped in the Timaru area in the Summer holidays.
Both towns were quite lovely and we enjoyed our time in each, taking a few pics for mum. Oamaru was particularly quaint with its historic part of town. It is always good to walk in the past and reminisce. There is some wildlife spotting to be done just south of Oamaru, but the ...
... home and boy did we do that that night . Even the "boys" were glad we'd done it and loved every moment. What an evening it had been. The drive back was fog free thankfully so was soon over and we were heading off to our hotel for our last night in Dunedin. Tomorrow it was Christchurch. The route we had planned meant we had another 2 days in Christchurch which was fine as we had only had a fleeting glance on our first day so we looked forward to sight seeing in the lovely, although much damaged city. ...
... back into an old English house so I had a great time. It was built for businessman David Theomin and his family between 1904 and 1906. The design, by English architect Sir Ernest George, was a Jacobean-style mansion seasoned with the influences of the English Arts and Crafts movement. The Theomins were great collectors and the house was full of stuff from all over the world. I was especially taken with some Tiffany glass. The Theomins had two children but ...