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Just a two and a half hour journey to our next stop called Dunedin, Pat has had trouble in pronouncing this correctly, she called this place Dun-E-din when it's pronounced Dun-edin!!! Really hot day beautiful blue skies and crystal clear Opel waters. Dunedin apparently has its origins from Edinburgh Scotland where two hundred years ago some very …
... 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 ...