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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 …
... didn’t have to wait long before they arrived coming onto the beach in groups of 30 or so and then scurrying up the rocks and into the grass. So cute!
Someone said to me what are you going to do for 2 months in NZ? Well we have been busy every day and yesterday was no exception. We managed to fit in a nice old house, a walk up the steepest road, a steam train trip, visit to museum and cinema.
Olveston House like Larnach castle was ...
... also a murderer of wild Rabbits!
By this time we were all hungry and went into town to have a late lunch. We drove around and found a street which looked promising looked at a few nice cafe menu's but they weren't what we were looking forwent to go into a few restaurants but it was a bit late and in between lunch and dinner service. Finally we found a pub called Ratbags, it looked a little dodgy but as we were standing there a lady said come on in we have half price pizza you ...
Hello everyone! It has been a bit since I wrote last, but I have been pretty busy!! I was doing work for classes, which hasn't been too much yet! Just reading a lot of stuff, which is normal. If you haven't seen my facebook, I went to Tunnel beach over the weekend!!! And I saw glow worms last Thursday! It was absolutely beautiful and amazing <3 the glow worms were not like fireflies in the way that they didn't blink on and off. Seeing the glow worms on the side of the ...
... Queenstown. It was great to get away for the weekend but I don't think I'd rush back anytime soon. In fact, unless the All Blacks were playing against England again I don't think I'd even recommend visiting the area. Think of Slough or Reading, minus a few chavs, add a few drunk, unruly students, minus the decent choice of restaurants and things nearby and you have Dunedin. We felt we could have been anywhere in the world whereas at least in Queenstown you know you're ...