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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 …
... forest is located on the beach. After a volcanic eruption, floodwaters containing a whole lot of ash descended onto the then forest area many, many years ago. Within a short period - scientists think within weeks or a couple of months - the trees became petrified and were preserved. These trees have worn down over time but there are still large stumps in the water and many logs. We drive back up through Waikawa and onto Niagara Falls. Yes it's named ...
We left Lake Aviemore after a leisurely breakfast and a nice cold bucket shower to head down to Oamaru in search of Penguins. Oamaru is a nice, charismatic sea-side town with lots of quirky Victorian-style and vintage shops due to its unique Victorian heritage. After a long wait at the yellow-eyed penguin viewing point we finally got to spot some little guys emerging from the sea and waddling up the beach. We left a little disappointed as ...
... As the train proceeds, we are treated to fantastic views of the Gorge. We can really appreciate the challenges of those building the various bridges and tunnels that run through. We are told that progress with a gang of 200 men was about 50 cm a day. We arrive in Dunedin about 7pm and it's very chilly. Bikes and luggage off the train we quickly make our way to our accommodation, the Law Courts Hotel. Today's cycling - 60km Overall kms - ...
... Asia, including China,then Mongolia, Scandinavia and Europe over the next 12 months.
In the meantime, here are some photos of Tilly. Originally a Telstra van, we bought her in Victoria about 15 months ago. It is a Mercedes Sprinter 4x4. The previous owner had started the conversion with some basic extras, but she has had a refit inside and some extras ...