Elgin House

31 Elgin Rd, Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 31 Elgin Rd, Dunedin, is near Taieri Gorge Railway, Cadbury World, Otago Settlers Museum, and Otago Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Dunedin

Misty Mystery Tour

A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on May 07, 2014

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... t spot the meteor showers! The crib is in a really great location next to the huge pebble beach and it was great fun driving along it on the quad bikes. In the evening we went to Oamaru to watch the blue penguins come into the colony for the night. We only saw 7, but they were very cute and small (they’re the world’s smallest penguin) as they were spat out of the waves and onto the rocks. We had a delicious platter of smoked salmon, dips ...

DAY 2: Lake Ohau to Dunedin

A travel blog entry by bianca_notley on Apr 30, 2014

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... of murders and suicides and told us the ghost stories behind each location. We then caught a bus to cemetery where we all walked around listening to ghost stories. She asked if anyone had epilepsy or panic attacks when we first arrived at the cemetery so I was certain that we were going to be victims of a prank. Close to the end of the tour she made us all stand in a circle and hold hands. Once we were allowed to let go ...

Tourist times

A travel blog entry by pagine on Feb 19, 2014

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... beautiful day and I met a lot of new people, including some new Canadians. They had some other games including soccer, volleyball and netball (which is a variation of basketball but you can't dribble and all sorts of other rules). There was a free BBQ which has some delicious falafel patties.

Last night was a kegger and I thank my flatmate Chloe for taking me for pizza and ensuring I made it home ...

New Zealand - Day Eight - BIG Birds and Guns!

A travel blog entry by rathouse on Feb 05, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... How four batteries in the whole of New Zealand would counter an invasion is beyond me! Maginot Line springs to mind. Still the 6 inch gun is a clever idea. Loaded in a covered pit, it springs up hydraulically out of the ground to fire and the recoil pushes it back down again, re-pressurising the hydraulic ram in the process. The real advantage of the second stage was not in fact the gun. The Observation post just happens to be right by several Albatross nesting ...

Walking with Steve up to Treble Cone

A travel blog entry by journeyer on Jan 11, 2014

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... had arrived in the 1800’s and one of the journals written by a passenger has a statement that there were so many birds and they made so much of a racket that you couldn’t hear yourself speak to the person next to you.

  • Steve thinks the national bird should be the KEA, not the Kiwi (flightless, almost extinct, dowdy & noctural). Why? The Kea is the only alpine parrot in the world, is cheeky and intelligent.