Hulmes Court Bed and Breakfast
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... but still a short distance from the wonderful countryside NZ is renowned for. On the way back to the lodge we stopped at a supermarket to try and buy some wine for Keith & Eva having us stay, however we came unstuck without having our passports as ID - very frustrating and I'm sure there may be some technical reason behind it, but it seems odd that my driving license is valid enough to let me hire a car but not proof enough to buy a bottle of wine. Instead we left our ...
With our cruise in Milford Sound being early the next morning we decided to start the 90 minute drive from Te Anau the evening before. The journey, like many others in New Zealand, is described as 'the finest drive in the world.' And again, like many other in New Zealand, it was pretty spectacular with large snowy mountains either side of us. We found a little lakeside campsite and thought it would be another nice view to wake up to. It was. Not a cloud ...
... Common trees and bushes are interspersed with palm like trees. The beauty here consists of ocean views, rolling hills dotted with sheep and sometimes cattle, along with hedges aligned in the fields which are windbreaks and so Victorian.
We had lunch outside at Fleur's restaurant on a bay near the ocean. We enjoyed their famous Blue Cod, seafood chowder and setting with incredible ...
... Driving back to Dunedin the reflections on the water were lovely. Canada geese have become a menace throughout New Zealand as they do not migrate and cause alot of destruction to farmland and the coastal reserves.
I did a guided walk in the pouring rain, but interesting to hear the story of the city and the residents from the guide named Atholl.
Then it was off heading to Invercargill via the Catlins Coast.
... l'air majestueux, avec une envergure si large.
Dunedin est une jolie ville, tres vallonnee, avec des batiments tres anciens (pour la Nouvelle-Zelande) et nous avons aime son architecture qui nous rappelle celle d'Europe. Dunedin a aussi la rue la plus pentue, selon le Livre Guinness des Records.
Nous avons rencontre quelques vieux amis de la sœur de Francesco et avons passe un bon moment avec eux, arrose de quelques bieres ...