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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 …
... we made our way to our friends' house, where the lovely Pam and Nick immediately made us feel welcome. We went out for dinner at a lovely little pub where they were having 'steak night' which we all agree was most tasty. What a treat! It's always lovely spending an evening with friends when you're on the road.
Distance traveled today: 333 km
Total distance traveled: 4208 km
... and then went out to see more of my penguins. Because it was Friday there were more people and there were fewer penguins and I didn't manage to molest another one. We got up the next day and left the campsite, drove to Dunedin and it was awful, it was quite congested and there was a sot of unfriendly atmosphere about the place that I can't explain but we all felt it. The old architecture was amazing and there were so many Victorian era buildings but we just didn't like the ...
... t move. Don't blame them it was very windy. Lastly we visited Penguin Place Conservation Reserve, here you can watch Yellow Eyed Penguins (most endangered penguins in the world) visiting and sitting on their nests. We saw two couples (Izzie and Howie plus Maggie and Jim) and Steve managed to see a couple of chicks in one of the nests. They are very nervous penguins, hence the hides. Our previous experience with the Fjordland Crested ...
... dark so we finally gave up. The climb up that steep sand dune was treacherous. Our legs were on fire and our chest burning by the time we made it to the top. Once there it was back to Macandrews Bay for the night.
Before heading back into town the next morning we drove out to Taiaroa Head the farthest tip on the peninsula. This is the breeding ground for the extremely endangered Albatross. The Albatross is basically a giant seagull standing a ...