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... our plane to Melbourne. Both planes today were A320s.
It was a lovely, relaxing four hour trip to Melbourne over the Tasman Sea. Nothing exciting to see but water, waves and clouds, but aren’t they God’s miracles, and cause to be wondered at?! I just love flying SO much, when I can do just what I feel like – knitting, reading, writing – anything! Not forgetting taking photos too. ...
... which was eaten at a lookout
overlooking Dunedin and the harbour.
I snoozed in the afternoon, and after tea Steph and Jase had to shift
some sheep to different paddocks. John had gone to a meeting with
some of the Dunedin brothers, about preaching the Bible.
It was a wonderful evening outside, so I went for a walk up to the
top of the 'race', taking ...
... seater Cherokee, two of the seats being the two pilots. One of my friends was the obliging passenger as I flew the plane and then once I had finished we swapped and I became the sightseeing passenger. Either way, pilot or passenger, the views were amazing. I was amazed how relatively easy it is to fly a plane compared with driving a car. However, that being said, I cannot actually drive and there are not so many obstacles to avoid in the air! This is one of the best things ...
Woke and had a couple of cups of tea this morning - slept very well. I emailed the hostel in Queenstown to try and rebook the two nights but they were by now full. I extended a night at the hostel in Dunedin and went to the 'I-site' tourism store to ...
... is so self contained, that there are no "guest" towels. Ok, we are on the road even earlier than we anticipated. Having looked at the map and as we are earlier than anticipated, we decide to make our first stop at Slope Point, which is the southern most tip of South Island. Dave turns our hire car off the bitumen onto a loose gravel road. Yes, 14 km or so of this road, then 5 minutes for photos, and 14 km back again. Onto Curio Bay where a section ...