Claremont House Dunedin - NZ
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... 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 ...
... br> The city was founded in 1848 by Scottish Presbyterian immigrants and the name means Edinburgh in Gaelic. The majority of the street names are Scottish. The main shopping street is Princes Street.
We visited the ornate railway station before going to Speight's Brewery pub for supper. We had blue cod fish n chips which had been another food on our "try" list. It was a good meal but we don't feel you can beat ...
... by mirrors and lights, giving you the sensation of floating in an endless sea of stars. Steampunk HQ was an interesting place though. If you're ever in Oamaru you should definitely pop by. We left Oamaru in the afternoon and drove south, following the scenic coastal route. That's what the sign advised us anyway. What it failed to advise us was that the road was falling apart! The road hugs the cliff, and the cliff was giving way! There were points where ...
Well... The rest of May was full of paper writing. Stayed in Dunedin this whole time an handed in 6 crisp essays. I also went to a few hot yoga classes and movies to keep my sanity. I saw Bad Neighbours (with zac efron and Seth Rogan... Pretty hilarious), The Other Woman (Cameron Diaz.. Actually liked her in this one), and X-Men!
... such small communities hundreds of miles away from everywhere else! The closer we got to Dunedin the more people we saw stopping on the way, I saw a lady from work who was heading down for the match too. After almost five hours travelling on the bus we made it to Dunedin. The first thing that I noticed was how flat it was, we came in down the hill and you could just see everything for miles. It looked like a little toy town but it wasn't so idyllic. When we got let off we had no ...