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... still runny chocolate, and the
highlight was seeing the ‘Chocolate fall’ which is one tonne of molten
chocolate being dropped to resemble a waterfall – we simply couldn’t quite get
our heads around this, it was so random the whole experience was pretty
hilarious. Anyway, it was funny to see the look on the receptionists face when
Rob said he was from Bournville, and the whole thing ...
... li>Give way intersections are marked with a solid white line (STOP in Aust), and it becomes a STOP situation when the line is yellow.
After Baldwin Street, we drove around town for a while waiting for dinner time to arrive. Found the China-town end of the city so we decided on some noodle soup.
After dinner we drove out to Mosgiel which is a small town SW of Dunedin and stayed in a freedom camp which ...
... at the library so we could look up a possible place to stay in the city.
We were at the Dunedin holiday park by noon. We showered, ate, Jenn relaxed while I caught up on the blog. Around five o'clock we had the receptionist at the park call the casino shuttle to pick us up. That is where we were meeting Brownie and it was a free ride into town. After playing some slots and eating a surprisingly cheap and tasty meal at the casino restaurant ...
... to go through security for the flight from Auckland to Nelson but they called our flight an hour before departure and everyone had to go through the metal detectors and all carryon had to be scanned. There were two other flights to Auckland leaving at about the same time but I didn’t see them called up. Maybe this plane was going to an international destination after Auckland?
We sat on the right side of the plane from Dunedin to Auckland ...
... from the books - the utility room was called something like Gringotz (Potter fans can correct me here) - there was actually little sign that they'd made any effort at all. Still, one piece of magic was the parking arrangements outside. Like many houses in Dunedin city centre, the place was on a very steep hill. I had a nervous breakdown on arrival, trying to do a parallel park, uphill, in between two parked cars, in the Ford Focs. Lynds gave me vocal ...