Grandview Bed Breakfast Dunedin
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... to match, as you can see from our picture of the train station. It also has a Cadbury Chocolate Factory, so we HAD to do that tour, hang out in the cafe afterwards and come back to the ship with bags of treats for the rest of our cruising, our dinner table mates and our incredible wait staff. This is a college town (Padmetory College), and we were treated to a nice colloquy of young folks playing Christmas carols and contemporary music on the street corners. ...
... It was windy and chilly, but at least no rain. On paying, the 28 degrees water temperature sign didn't mean much to me. I had a look and there certainly wasn't any steam rising. Quick change and poolside. There were a few biddies doing lengths with snorkels, a couple of kids larking about and my fine figure of a man, Woolly Mammoth looking shifty or perhaps cold poolside. At the far end was a lifeguard who was wearing the thickest knee ...
... oldest lighthouses built in 1869. It was a fabulous view with the waves crashing down, but the view didn't last long with nachos on the menu, back to the van for cook up! We continued up the route passed hundreds of cows and sheep and several deer. We even followed a truck with dead cows piled up in the back which was pretty grim. The scenery really was magnificent even on rainy days. We made it to Ocean View just outside Dunedin for another freedom camp (hoping for sun ...
... I got there the doorman was collecting donations. As we approached the field we all started laughing because yes, in fact, there were entirely naked men playing an actual rugby game. Full tackle. I stayed around long enough to notice the 'King and Queen' sitting front row to watch the show. The Blind Referee being led around the field and Nuns with beer collecting more donations.
I proceeded to leave as I had seen QUITE enough (these Kiwis ...
... given us new appreciation for the liquor laws in BC, which we previously thought were outdated!
That evening we drove out to the Otago Peninsula and found a lovely spot, McAndrew Bay, where we could freedom camp, looking out over the Otago Harbour. We were treated to a beautiful sunset, and mild weather so we could go for a walk after dinner and gaze at the ...