Harbour Lights Homestay Bed And Breakfast

Address: 1 Wharfdale Street, Dunedin, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1 Wharfdale Street, Dunedin, is near Larnach Castle, Otago Peninsula, Monarch Wildlife Cruises, and Natures Wonders Naturally.
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      Did I hear Chocolate Waterfall?!

      A travel blog entry by new2old on Sep 16, 2014

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      Chrissie the owner of the farm stay made us a beautiful breakfast this morning of cereals, toast, fruit, yogurt, poached eggs and homemade lamb sausages. It was lovely!

      While we ate we planned our day, we only had one day in Dunedin so we wanted to make it worth our while, we decided we would go to the chocolate factory first and then Lenarch Castle for lunch. The chocolate factory was pretty cool we arrived and were given hair net's even ...

      Snow White Christmas… in May

      A travel blog entry by pagine on Jun 17, 2014

      ... I discovered that kiwi humour is a little different than ours. They laugh at violence. For example People getting hit by fire extinguishers or walking into and breaking glass is funny to them... Whereas I'm busting a gut at the crude humour, awkward moments and Seth Rogans voice.

      Happy Father's Day

      A travel blog entry by erotergum on Jun 15, 2014

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      ... wanting to waste anytime I thought the sensible thing to do would be to call a taxi. So I did. They said one would pass by shortly, nothing came. So I called another company and the seemed more legit. After waiting 5 minutes or so, one showed up. We hopped in and he drove us there. There was no way in hell we would have ever found it, it was like the back and beyond in this horrible industrial estate but the factories and everything were dead as it was a Sunday. ...

      A day in Dunedin

      A travel blog entry by didcarl on Mar 23, 2014

      ... before having to be back up the street for our bus tour. The tour took us around the harbour, up to view , Beach, back through Dunedin City, looked at some of the many churches and schools, past Olveston House, over the other side of town to steepest street in the world. We then went up to a lookout, and back past the university, and by this time it was time we headed back to the ...

      Tartan settlers, and penguins

      A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin on Feb 26, 2014

      181 photos

      ... Dunedin. Or, rather, up and down, into Dunedin. This was the hilliest town that we've seen, along with Wellington, and also the most blustery. It was a fine sunny day, but blowing a gale.

      Our accommodation was Hogwartz Backpackers. You might think that the place was decked out like Harry Potter's school, but the touches were much more subtle - or, in my view, effortless (in the literal sense). Aside from naming some of the rooms after characters ...