Grandview Bed Breakfast Dunedin
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... was quite interesting, mainly in how small it was compared to how many people lived in it, and as Jon had stayed in the van I could wander to my heart's content. I learnt a lot about Janet: she had an interesting life, They even made a film of it ("An Angel at my Table") based on her autobiographies, so I will definitely be doing some reading and film-watching back in the UK. Then it was time to drive to Dunedin. It was only a two-hour trip but it was ...
Woke up just early and decided to journey to Moeraki (with the spherical boulders) and have breakfast there. It was cold and windy on the beach. We were glad to get back to the motor home for breakfast - no chance of sitting outside! John enjoyed his cheese & bacon scone and I enjoyed my date scone. Booked in at our site for the night in Dunedin - only one other ...
... which was quite busy, and as we sat after dinner Peter was drawn to the neighbouring vehicle where they were sitting reading with a bottle of wine and candle on the table and he asked why we weren’t that civilised. I pointed out he had a cup of tea and a Satsuma what else did he want!
We went on a walking city tour and saw lots of nice old buildings but the railway station, built in the Edwardian Baroque style, was the best. From here we caught ...
... chocolate. Lily was very excited about the chocolate. We then took a tour through the factory where every few metres we got more chocolate. Surprisingly I really didn't want to eat it probably because the smell of chocolate is amazing and because of the smell I felt like I'd eaten heaps already. Lily didn't seem to have this problem she ate two chocolate bars for a kid that never really gets sweets that's a lot of chocolate!
We finished ...
... surrounded by All Blacks fans, except the one guy next to Dais was supporting England. Some crazy guys were topless with the English flag painted onto their torsos. Some dressed up as the Queen which made us think we should have worn tiaras. By the time we were sat down we felt pretty intoxicated. I had a massive headache but we weren't going to let any of that taint our support. We sung the National Anthem in harmony (see video for full effect) and loved every minute after ...