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- 1 night in Queenstown, roast & beer with Ozzy - Hire car drive along the peninsula - Natures Wonders tour all Perry's land with beaches, blue penguins, yellow eyed penguins & seals tour on 6x6 quad held a lamb (Bacardi) - Alans bay - long white sandy beach with sea lions - All chased us - Portobello - cute dog & lunch - With car went to St Kilda beach with surfers - 1 night in Auckland by airport, ...
... rolling evergreen hills beyond! And I actually took time and dedicated myself to take pictures!!! So I have a few now!! I will put them up once I get into my computer..some may go on both here and Facebook. There are heaps of local cafés around town and as I was walking, the lights on the street near the church, around the cafés, and on the trees became aglow! It was like Christmas :) there is a place in town called the Octagon where all these cute cafés I am ...
Today we did a tour of the Cadbury factory but couldn't take photos but got a few samples, the tour was very interesting.
Also went to the Train station which is supposedly the second most photographed thing in the world.
Drove up the steepest hill in the world, Jenny was a bit scared.
Looked around Dunedin.
... and it rained all 3 nights. It was good timing to be inside in a real bed. On day 2 we went into Dunedin after doing a laundry. It rained most of the time we were there. We spent our time between pubs and the botanical garden. We were amazed to see stores and cafes closed up tight at just after 4 pm. Even the Starbucks closed at 7! The one part of town that still showed life after that was "The Octagon" in the very centre of town. It was a ...
... breed in September every year. They nest on tussock grassland. The egg hatches in the first three weeks of November. The egg weighs around 500g The egg hatches in late January to early February. The adults share the incubation duty. The parents protect the chick for 35 days. The chick takes off in September. The young albatross then spends around 3 to 5 years at sea. Then ...